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skin

2 verb
     
skin2 past tense and past participle skinned, present participle skinning [transitive]
1DF to remove the skin from an animal, fruit, or vegetable [↪ peel]:
Add the tomatoes, skinned and sliced.
2 to hurt yourself by rubbing off some skin [= graze]:
She fell and skinned her knee.
3

skin somebody alive

to punish someone very severely - used humorously:
Dad will skin you alive when he sees this place!
4 informal to completely defeat someone [= hammer]:
The football team really skinned Watertown last year.

skin up

phrasal verb
MDD to make a cigarette with marijuana in it
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