Definition of earbashing in English:

earbashing

Line breaks: ear|bash|ing
Pronunciation: /ˈɪəbaʃɪŋ
 
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noun

British informal
A lengthy and reproachful speech: I picked up the phone and gave him an earbashing
More example sentences
  • Not only did I have to deal with the whole homesickness issues while out there, I got back to a major earbashing off my Gran.
  • Noisy yobs who make life a misery for city residents are getting their own earbashing with the latest police campaign - Operation Earache.
  • After Stamp took an earbashing from the Rugby Park fans and a yellow card from Hugh Dallas for a crunching tackle on Peter Canero, Hearts made their second goal of the day.

Derivatives

earbash

verb

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