- criticize (someone or something); speak disloyally of
verb: bad-mouth, 3rd person present: bad-mouths, gerund or present participle: bad-mouthing, past tense: bad-mouthed, past participle: bad-mouthed
- 1. criticize (someone or something); speak disloyally of:
no one wants to hire an individual who bad-mouths a prior employer
- v.criticize (someone) behind their back:
- no one wants to hire an individual who bad-mouths a prior employer
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...as soon as possible. But you have to understand one thing They always bad mouth us behind our backs, and it is very hard for us...
...they ever be used to get revenge against your spouse. Don't bad-mouth your ex-spouse in front of your kids, even if you are...
...別抄捷徑 24. I take my hat off to you.我敬佩你 25. Don't bad mouth me.不要說我的壞話 26. Save face.保全面子 27. I've ...