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bust on someone

bust on someone
 v. phr.— «“Lepore hit a liner to center for the second out,” Christian said. “When he passed by me, he ’All over you, all over you.’ That really pumped me up. I mean, I like it when people bust on me, but do it from the dugout. Don’t say it to me like that.”» —“Plenty Of Motivation For WPC’s Christian” by Mark J. Czerwinski The Record (New Jersey) May 19, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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