“Bad-mouth”

When you bad-mouth someone or something, you say bad things about the person or thing.

For example, “My neighbour bad-mouths politicians all the time.”

The expression `bad-mouth’ can also be used as a noun. A bad-mouth is someone who speaks ill of others.

Source: ‘Know Your English’ ( The Hindu) -April 02, 2007

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