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1tunda femininepaliza femininesomanta feminine Spain informalmadriza feminine Mexico informalto give sb a bashing — darle una paliza (or tunda etc.) a algn
- A show that has miraculously survived through low ratings and critical bashing for as long as it has deserves a better finale than this.
- Benefit bashing by the Opposition will not work in today's society.
- I will stay in medicine, despite all the doctor bashing in the press, I am still proud to be part of the profession.
- While certain Windsor family members have made some incredible mistakes, the relentless bashing from the press offers little room for the family to regroup and even less for forgiveness.
- Let us try to get beyond this bloody (I would have done the male thing and used an expletive, but bit my tongue) male bashing.
- Jacques, baby, you sure make it hard for your friends to denounce mindless France bashing when you pull stuff like this.
- Unlike the Leader of the Opposition, who is proposing beneficiary bashing under a rehash of the code of social responsibility, this Government is looking for real solutions.
- The Opposition may carry on beneficiary bashing, but we are getting people back to work.
- It was in defense of US bashing in a public forum.
- However, in the case at hand, were Chen's remarks so farfetched that they warrant this kind of public bashing of his credibility and authority?
- After many years of bashing from pundits and politicians, affirmative action is on the ropes.
- I made a vow not to engage in anymore nut-baiting or political bashing here.