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clobber

1 verb
     
clob‧ber1 [transitive] informal
1 to hit someone very hard
2 to affect or punish someone or something badly, especially by making them lose money:
The paper got clobbered for libel.
The company has been clobbered by falling property prices.
3 to defeat someone very easily in a way that is embarrassing for the team that loses:
The Dallas Cowboys clobbered the Buffalo Bills last night.

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