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We should not jealous for anyone.
She jealously roughed me up not to wear short-clothes because she is afraid her boyfriend may come to my side.
Please correct my sentences.
When you 'rough someone up' you do actual physical damage (or occasionally it's used for a very hostile argument: 'Did you see Jeremy Paxman roughing up Gordon Brown on Newsnight last night?)
And there's no such thing (as far as I know) as 'short-clothes' - you can have short clothes (in the sense of individual items of clothing), but if someone complains about someone else wearing a particular short item of clothing, they complain about a short skirt, short pants, a revealing hem-line (something specific like that).