whip someone's hide

whip someone's hide
tan (or whip) someone's hide beat or flog someone.
Main Entry: hide

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  • tan (or whip) someone's hide — beat or flog someone. → hide …   English new terms dictionary

  • tan someone's hide — (informal) To whip or beat someone • • • Main Entry: ↑hide * * * tan (or whip) someone s hide beat or flog someone ■ punish someone severely * * * tan someone s hide informal + old fashioned : to beat or whip (someone) very badly He threatened to …   Useful english dictionary

  • tan someone's hide — ► tan (or whip) someone s hide beat or flog someone. Main Entry: ↑hide …   English terms dictionary

  • hide — Ⅰ. hide [1] ► VERB (past hid; past part. hidden) 1) put or keep out of sight. 2) conceal oneself. 3) keep secret. ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a camouflaged shelter used to observe wild …   English terms dictionary

  • hide — hide1 verb (past hid; past participle hidden) put or keep out of sight. ↘keep secret. ↘conceal oneself. noun Brit. a camouflaged shelter used to observe wildlife at close quarters. Phrases hide one s light under a bushel keep quiet about one s… …   English new terms dictionary

  • whip — 1. noun he would use a whip on his dogs Syn: lash, scourge, strap, belt, rod, bullwhip; historical cat o nine tails 2. verb 1) he whipped the boy Syn: flog, scourge, flagellate, lash, strap, belt …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • whip — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. lash, scourge; quick motion, snap. v. t. lash, beat, flog; thrash; conquer, subdue; defeat. See success. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. switch, strap, rod, birch rod, ruler, cane, lash, scourge, knotted cord …   English dictionary for students

  • hided — Ⅰ. hide [1] ► VERB (past hid; past part. hidden) 1) put or keep out of sight. 2) conceal oneself. 3) keep secret. ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a camouflaged shelter used to observe wild …   English terms dictionary

  • hider — Ⅰ. hide [1] ► VERB (past hid; past part. hidden) 1) put or keep out of sight. 2) conceal oneself. 3) keep secret. ► NOUN Brit. ▪ a camouflaged shelter used to observe wild …   English terms dictionary

  • tan — tan1 [tan] n. [MFr < ML tanum, prob. < Gaul] 1. TANBARK 2. tannin or a solution made from it, used to tan leather 3. a yellowish brown color 4. a darkening of the skin as by exposure to the sun or a sunlamp adj. tanner …   English World dictionary

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