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Gang Up On Someone ( a larger number of people attack a smaller number ... )

"Gang Up On Someone"

Ganging up on someone is when two or more people attack that single person.

Example: "The two of us were walking home alone when they ganged up on us. There were at least six of them."

When a larger group starts a fight with smaller or weaker individuals, they gang up on them.

Example: "Every time I make a suggestion, those two gang up on me."

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