Idiom “Eat somebody alive ” Meaning of Idiom, Definition of Phrase and origin with Example.

Eat somebody alive 



Eat somebody alive means to dominate or exploit somebody. 

“Poor guy, he has no clue as to how to fend for himself. He’s going to be eaten alive at his new work place,” said Rahul. 

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