- often foll by on or against (informal) to combine in a group (against)
Example Sentences Including 'gang up'
"I'd had experience with Morton of what life is like when the newspapers who don't get the book gang up on you.
Times, Sunday Times (2002)
7. You start at a new school and a few bullies gang up against you and demand money.
For Goodness Sake -
A Sunday Mail investigation found some sites encouraged kids to gang up on Asians.
JUST because France and Germany are big countries does not mean they can act like bully boys and gang up to get what they want.
Sun, News of the World (2002)
More remarkable: the Ravens are last in the NFL in yards passing, meaning opponents gang up to stop the run.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
Then, on June 11, the G-8 announced it would gang up to oppose loans by international financial institutions.
India Today (1998)
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