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Down On Someone Or Something ( finding faults with or criticizing that one ... )

"Down On Someone Or Something"

People are down on you when they are treating you badly and finding problems with you or what you do.

Example: "You have been down on me all day!"

Example: "It feels like everybody has been down on me at work today."

Don't Put The Cart Before The Horse

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