change someone's voice


change someone's voice
   to injure (a male)
   Literally or figuratively by a blow to the testicles. The vocal adjustment is seldom permanent:
    Damn, if anyone talked that way about Cathy I'd have changed his voice for him. (Clancy, 1987)

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