Definition of sock it to someone in English:

sock it to someone

informal Attack or make a forceful impression on someone.
More example sentences
  • Yes, on that show, yes, and I remember being amazed at it, that he was actually just there and he did sock it to me.
  • So anyway, what I was trying to say before I got all sidetracked was - sock it to me.
  • The company really socks it to you, however, if you want more OS support - increasing the OS support to three years costs another $1,400.
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