Definition of 'slag off'
Translations for 'slag off'
British English: slag off /slæg ɒf/ VERB
To slag someone off means to criticize them in an unpleasant way.
All bands slag off their record companies. It's just the way it is.
- American English: lambaste
- Arabic: يَنْتَقِدُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: criticar
- Chinese: 诋毁
- Croatian: ogovarati
- Czech: pomluvit
- Danish: brokke sig over
- Dutch: afkraken
- European Spanish: poner por los suelos
- Finnish: sättiä
- French: critiquer
- German: runtermachen
- Greek: δυσφημώ
- Italian: sparlare
- Japanese: けなす
- Korean: 혹평하다
- Norwegian: fjerne slagg
- Polish: obsmarować
- European Portuguese: criticar
- Romanian: a critica
- Russian: критиковать
- Spanish: poner por los suelos
- Swedish: tala illa om
- Thai: ด่าว่า
- Turkish: hakkında kötü konuşmak
- Ukrainian: критикувати
- Vietnamese: nói xấu
Definition of slag off from the Collins English Dictionary
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