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Definition of pound on

pound on

verb - transitive

  • to test something before it is released or presented.
    The beta testers have been pound on the new version for a month. It seems solid, so we're going to start building release candidates.

    Last edited on Nov 11 2011. Submitted by WalterGR (via TheJargonFile) on Aug 14 2009.

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