verb[with object] British • informal
- 1Beat (someone) up: they’re real aggro men who’ll marmalize anybody for a few quidMore example sentences
- We will not rest until the truth is heard-even the threat of marmalizing cannot shut us up!
- You're sent home from school for mooning your math teacher, marmalizing three classmates, and following the school nurse around for an hour saying <hump>.
- The Diddy Men were just around the corner marmalizing a passer by.
- 1.1Defeat heavily: we pulverized United, absolutely marmalized themMore example sentences
- Great to see her in a semi-final, we thought, and sat back and waited for her rival to marmalise her. The marmalising duly took place.
- Well, I guess I deserved it, the bloke I played with didn't deserve me, he plays off 22 and by rights I should have marmalized him, but his chipping and iron play were ten times better than me.