make mincemeat of someone

make mincemeat of someone
informal defeat someone decisively or easily in a fight, contest, or argument

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  • make mincemeat of someone — make mincemeat of (someone) informal to defeat someone very easily. A good lawyer would have made mincemeat of them in court …   New idioms dictionary

  • make mincemeat of (someone) — Vrb phrs. To beat up thoroughly, to utterly defeat …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • make mincemeat of (someone) — Vrb phrs. To beat up thoroughly, to utterly defeat …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • make mincemeat of — (someone) informal to defeat someone very easily. A good lawyer would have made mincemeat of them in court …   New idioms dictionary

  • make mincemeat of —    If you make mincemeat of someone or something, you completely and utterly defeat or destroy them.     A good lawyer would make mincemeat of your rival s accusations …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • make mincemeat (out) of someone — informal phrase to defeat someone thoroughly in a game, fight, or argument She could make mincemeat of her husband on the golf course. Thesaurus: to defeat someone in a game, competition or argumentsynonym Main entry …   Useful english dictionary

  • make mincemeat (out) of someone — make mincemeat (out) of (someone/something) to destroy or defeat someone or something completely. A good lawyer would have made mincemeat of them in court. Etymology: from the literal meaning of mincemeat (= a food in which different things are… …   New idioms dictionary

  • make mincemeat (out) of something — make mincemeat (out) of (someone/something) to destroy or defeat someone or something completely. A good lawyer would have made mincemeat of them in court. Etymology: from the literal meaning of mincemeat (= a food in which different things are… …   New idioms dictionary

  • make mincemeat (out) of — (someone/something) to destroy or defeat someone or something completely. A good lawyer would have made mincemeat of them in court. Etymology: from the literal meaning of mincemeat (= a food in which different things are cut up into very small… …   New idioms dictionary

  • make mincemeat out of — informal : to destroy, ruin, or defeat (someone or something) in a very thorough and complete way Last year s champions have been making mincemeat of the competition again this year. • • • Main Entry: ↑mincemeat …   Useful english dictionary

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