Definition of beat or smash someone to a pulp in English:

beat (or smash) someone to a pulp

  • Beat someone severely.
    More example sentences
    • You didn't get to see any of that because we were beaten to a pulp.
    • The lad on the floor looked like he had been beaten to a pulp.
    • What kind of society do we have when our sons and daughters, our grandchildren, our brothers and sisters cannot travel home at night without a gang of aggressive drunks beating them to a pulp, just for the hell of it?
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