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schooled

verb; zero derivation
to perform more effectively in a game or sport than another individual or group. Schooled is a verb that comes from the noun school. Using it implies that you are teaching someone how to play the game as if they were in school.It was coined as a euphemism for bragging about being better than someone else.
 
I was running circles around you that game. I totally schooled you.
Etymology : schooled. Zero derivation of 'school'
Source : A friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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