Definition of dressing-down in English:
noun[in singular] informal
A severe reprimand: the secretary received a public dressing-down
More example sentences
- He then gave his teammate a severe dressing-down.
- However, Landry was laid-back about the public dressing-down.
- He is the minister who was subjected to a public dressing-down not long ago regarding the conduct of economic policy.
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