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    belabor - Dictionary definition and meaning for word belabor

    (verb) to work at or to absurd length
    Synonyms : belabour
    Example Sentence
    • belabor the obvious
    (verb) attack verbally with harsh criticism
    Synonyms : belabour
    Example Sentence
    • She was belabored by her fellow students
    (verb) beat soundly
    Synonyms : belabour
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for belabor

Imagine boss saying "you be labour" : he is criticizing, verbally attacking

divide this word like be(means to exist)+labor--laborer (person who does the labour)so if someone is working as a labourer at some place, they are generally thrashed verbally by their seniors and higher officers.

Heard the big shouting sound of woman in "labour pain"?she is belaboring.

Have you heard EMINEM busting elvis presley in his raps. so that's it BELABOR--(B)usting (EL)vis ABhORantly.the meaning is to verbally assail smeone

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belabor== be a labor/labour(worker) which are physically n mentally harrsed.

The meaning simply resembles the word "BLABBER"

replace the 'b' with 'r' and u have 'relabor' which can be remembered as follows:"I've already LABORED enough to make my points, I don't wanna RELABOR and repeat them all over again

Relate it with labourers or poor workers at the construction sites.They generally thrash their bosses verbally at the site.

kyun itna bakwaas kar ke mera dimaag bel rahi hai aur mujhe bor kar rahi hai chup kar nahi to main tujhe bahut belabor (verbal assault,assail) karunga

"BELA BORe" .. so wen u bore someone.. u r belabored!

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