1. (US) to outdo, to defeat.
|in Buppies, B-Boys, Baps and Bohos (1992) 78: Give him another great record and he’ll house all these m.f.’s.|
|in Buppies, B-Boys, Baps and Bohos (1992) 126: These Hollywood dudes aren’t gonna house us!|
|N.Y. Times 5 Jan. 25: House: to defeat. ‘Evander Holyfield housed Mike Tyson in their last fight.’ [HDAS].|
2. (US) to attack someone violently.
|Fresh Fly Flavor 33: House—To attack someone violently [HDAS].|
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