1.
to pick someone, to call on someone
(Pretty much only used in context of a class and the teacher picking a student to say something. Fairly common in that sense.)
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2.
to pick and go to town on someone
(Used in context of training and exercise for a coach REALLY working their coachee and pushing them to the limit. Often in combination with "hart". Can also be found in a sexual sense. )
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Root: *nem-
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