screw (one) over. To con, swindle, cheat, or unfairly deprive one; to put someone at a disadvantage or in a difficult position, especially in an unfair or selfish manner. You should have won that game, but the referee really screw ed you over! Tom really screw ed us over when he quit in the middle of the project! I decided to screw him over by stealing his test and changing all the answers. Hey, kid, I'll give you $100 if you screw over your English teacher. He got me fired from my job! The best way to screw over an innocent guy is to frame him and put him in jail. Definition of screw over. screw over. verb. to take advantage of. They really screw ed us over on the contract. See more words with the same meaning: to take advantage of, cheat, trick. Last edited on Apr 03 2010. Submitted by Walter Rader (Editor) from Sacramento, CA, USA on Apr 03 2010.

screw ed over. someone who does somthing to leave others in a bad situation. screw - over definition : Verb (third-person singular simple present screws over , present participle screwing over , simple past and past participle screwed over ) 1. (slang) To cheat someone, or ruin their chances in a game or other situation. screw [sb] over vtr phrasal sepphrasal verb, transitive, separable: Verb with adverb(s) or preposition(s), having special meaning , divisible--for example, call off [=cancel], call the game off, call off the game.. slang, vulgar (betray) (AmL, coloquial) joder a vtr + prep. He screw ed me over by not putting my name on the report.

Definitions for screw over screw over. Here are all the possible meaning s and translations of the word screw over. To cheat someone, or ruin their chances in a game or other situation. A or bargainer. To fasten, tighten, or attach by means of a screw or similar fastener. To attach (a tapped or threaded fitting or cap) by twisting into place. To rotate (a part) on a threaded axis. Vulgar Slang To have sexual intercourse with. heree attached by means of … Nov 04, 2017 screw over ( third-person singular simple present screw s over, present participle screw ing over, simple past and past participle screw ed over )

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