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  1. Sims


    "You're lucky you missed the exercise", said Colin. "They're bound to clobber you with something later."

    They're bound to clobber you with something later. What does it mean?

    Thank you

  2. AlainK

    Re: Clobber

    Didn't know the word either.
    I found this on :

    verb: strike violently and repeatedly (Example: "She clobbered the man who tried to attack her")
    verb: beat thoroughly in a competition or fight

    Maybe the first definition could apply here "They couldn't get you this time, but they wil try again, you can be sure of that"...


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