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Today's Idiom = "They Jumped All Over Me"
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They Jumped All Over Me ( attack that person continuously, usually with words; be very aggressive with one suddenly ... )

"They Jumped All Over Me"

Example: "I was just trying to say what I thought, and they jumped all over me."

Example: "You don't have to jump all over me."

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