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muck someone about/around

Definition of muck someone about/around in English:

Treat someone inconsiderately, typically by disrupting their plans: what the management has to learn is that we can’t be mucked about
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  • Then someone did ring from Staples, apologised for mucking me around, all to do with a new warehouse, blah blah.
  • I didn't actually see the draw but my mum rang me and I thought she was mucking me about.
  • The real issue going on at Casino Avenue Towers is my washing machine. It's mucking me about again, refusing to complete its cycles.
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