do a dump on someone or something

do a dump on someone or something
AND dump all over someone or something; dump on someone or something tv. to criticize someone or something; to destroy someone or something.
There is no need to do a dump on me. I didn’t wreck your car.
The boss—mad as a wet hen—dumped all over me.
That rotten jerk really did a dump on my car. Look at that fender!

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