flog definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to conquer severely with a whip or rod.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging an innovative new book.
    • to conquer or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated hits.
    • to conquer severely with a whip or rod.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging an innovative new book.
    • To beat or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with repeated blows.
    • to conquer severely with a whip or pole.
    • to conquer severely with a whip or pole.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a brand new book.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a book.
    • to conquer severely with a whip or pole.
    • To beat severely with a whip or rod.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a new guide.
    • To beat seriously with a whip or pole.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging an innovative new guide.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a brand new book.
    • to conquer severely with a whip or pole.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a brand new book.
    • To beat or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated hits.
    • To beat severely with a whip or rod.
    • to conquer or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with repeated blows.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a unique guide.
    • to conquer or strike with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated blows.
    • To beat or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated blows.
    • to conquer severely with a whip or pole.
    • To beat seriously with a whip or rod.
    • To beat or strike with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated blows.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a fresh book.
    • Informal To publicize aggressively: flogging a new guide.
    • to conquer or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with repeated hits.
    • to conquer or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with repeated hits.
    • To beat or strike with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated hits.
    • to conquer or hit with a rod or whip; to whip; to lash; to chastise with duplicated blows.
  • verb:
    • To whip or scourge some body or something as discipline.
    • to make use of something to severe; to abuse.
    • to offer something.
    • To steal some thing.
    • To beat effortlessly or convincingly.
    • To exploit.
    • beat with a cane
    • beat severely with a whip or rod
    • To whip or scourge somebody or something like that as punishment.
    • to utilize something to severe; to abuse.
    • to market some thing.
    • To take anything.
    • To defeat quickly or convincingly.
    • To take advantage of.
    • beat with a cane
    • beat severely with a whip or pole
    • To whip or scourge someone or something as punishment.
    • to make use of anything to severe; to abuse.
    • To whip or scourge some one or something as punishment.
    • To use one thing to severe; to abuse.
    • to offer one thing.
    • To whip or scourge some body or something like that as punishment.
    • To whip or scourge someone or something as punishment.
    • To take some thing.
    • To sell anything.
    • To defeat effortlessly or convincingly.
    • To use anything to severe; to abuse.
    • To use something to severe; to abuse.
    • To whip or scourge some one or something like that as discipline.
    • To steal some thing.
    • To exploit.
    • to offer anything.
    • To use one thing to severe; to abuse.
    • To whip or scourge someone or something as discipline.
    • to offer some thing.
    • To beat effortlessly or convincingly.
    • To steal one thing.
    • to utilize something to severe; to abuse.
    • To steal some thing.
    • To sell something.
    • To exploit.
    • to market anything.
    • To beat easily or convincingly.
    • To beat effortlessly or convincingly.
    • To steal some thing.
    • To conquer quickly or convincingly.
    • To take advantage of.
    • To take advantage of.
    • To steal one thing.
    • To take advantage of.
    • To whip or scourge some one or something like that as punishment.
    • To defeat effortlessly or convincingly.
    • To take advantage of.
    • To whip or scourge some one or something as punishment.
    • beat with a cane
    • To whip or scourge some one or something like that as punishment.
    • to utilize one thing to extreme; to abuse.
    • to make use of some thing to extreme; to abuse.
    • beat severely with a whip or pole
    • to offer anything.
    • To use one thing to extreme; to abuse.
    • to market anything.
    • to market something.
    • beat with a cane
    • To take one thing.
    • To steal anything.
    • beat with a cane
    • To take something.
    • beat with a cane
    • beat severely with a whip or rod
    • To beat easily or convincingly.
    • To beat quickly or convincingly.
    • beat seriously with a whip or rod
    • To conquer quickly or convincingly.
    • beat seriously with a whip or pole
    • To exploit.
    • To exploit.
    • beat with a cane
    • To exploit.
    • beat with a cane
    • beat seriously with a whip or rod
    • beat seriously with a whip or pole
    • beat with a cane
    • beat with a cane
    • beat seriously with a whip or pole
    • beat severely with a whip or rod
    • beat with a cane
    • beat severely with a whip or pole
  • others:
    • to conquer or hit.
    • exclusively To whip; chastise with duplicated hits, at the time of a rod or whip.
    • to conquer, in the feeling of exceed; excel.
    • In flshing, to lash (the water) using range.
    • to conquer or strike.
    • exclusively To whip; chastise with duplicated blows, by a rod or whip.
    • To beat, into the feeling of surpass; excel.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) with the range.
    • to conquer or strike.
    • exclusively To whip; chastise with duplicated blows, since a rod or whip.
    • To beat or hit.
    • To beat, into the sense of surpass; excel.
    • to conquer or strike.
    • To beat or hit.
    • Specifically To whip; chastise with duplicated hits, as of a rod or whip.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) with the line.
    • To beat, in the sense of surpass; excel.
    • Specifically To whip; chastise with duplicated blows, since a rod or whip.
    • to conquer or strike.
    • Specifically To whip; chastise with duplicated blows, by a rod or whip.
    • To beat, within the feeling of exceed; excel.
    • Specifically To whip; chastise with repeated blows, by a rod or whip.
    • to conquer, into the feeling of exceed; excel.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) using the line.
    • to conquer or hit.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) with the line.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) with all the line.
    • to conquer, into the feeling of exceed; excel.
    • Specifically To whip; chastise with duplicated hits, since a rod or whip.
    • In flshing, to lash (the water) with the line.
    • to conquer, when you look at the sense of surpass; excel.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) because of the line.
    • To beat or hit.
    • to conquer or strike.
    • Specifically To whip; chastise with duplicated hits, as of a rod or whip.
    • exclusively To whip; chastise with repeated blows, by a rod or whip.
    • To beat, into the sense of surpass; excel.
    • To beat, when you look at the sense of surpass; excel.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) because of the range.
    • In flshing, to lash (water) because of the range.
    • to conquer or hit.
    • exclusively To whip; chastise with duplicated blows, as of a rod or whip.
    • to conquer, when you look at the sense of surpass; excel.
    • In flshing, to lash (the water) aided by the range.

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