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Can "get dumped on" means being treated badly? I saw a line like this in a movie :I'm the only one getting dumped on. (from Home Alone) I kmow that "get dumped" can be used in a situation that the other requires to break up with you in a relationship, but how about "get dumped on"? how to understand it in this case?
May 18, 2013 9:59 AM
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Yes! To get dumped on = to get treated badly, or to be criticized To get dumped = your girlfriend or boyfriend breaks up with you They have two totally different meanings. Although it is possible that someone may get dumped on before getting dumped. ;)
May 18, 2013
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