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slagging

[′slag·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Freeing from or converting into slag.
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I like wearing my glasses and I'm not going to change for a few fans slagging me.
"It's still the same - it's just that I've called a truce on it and he's called a truce on it and no more slagging.
I couldn't care less whether a player is from Tyneside or Timbuktu, and I'm not slagging them off, I'm only expressing my opinion.
The Mayor of London said Americans "slagging off" the City following allegations of money laundering at HSBC made earlier this week in the US should remember the sub-prime crisis that triggered the global recession started there.
Strauss also told his players not to get involved in a "slagging match" ahead of today's first Test in Cardiff.
AS someone who once believed in the myth of Party Politics, this last few years (I'm now 70) my friends are fed-up hearing me regularly slagging off MPs of all colours.
The Podge & Rodge Show RTE Two - Tomorrow & Tuesday, 10.50pm IT'S THE last two shows of the season, and therefore your last chance to relax, kick back and enjoy the slagging with the Ballydung brothers.
'We can't do that if Tony's slagging Gordon and Gordon's slagging Charles (Clarke).'
IT is all very well Lorne Jackson slagging off the BNP and people who vote for them.
Williams explained: "We've been slagging each other off and I felt if he started slagging me off again what happened could have been ugly for boxing.
The plant is equipped with TRW slagging combustors and a Foster-Wheeler boiler.