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be on somebody’s case

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe on somebody’s casebe on somebody’s caseinformalCRITICIZE to be criticizing someone constantly Dad’s always on my case about something or other. case
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be on somebody’s caseDad's always on my case about getting a job.First you are on this case, then you are off.In fact there was not much of a feeling that anyone was on my case at all.And the National Guard were on the case now.I dreamed I was on a case.But Jack MacFarland was on the case.Around 50 police officers are on the case.And Rathbone would be on the case, with his bloodhound and magnifying glass.
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