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to needle someone is to
a. press him or her into taking a particular action
b.make that person try to locate a very small object.
c.speak sharply to him or her

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  1. To needle someone usually means to pester or bother someone about someone or something.

    So what do you think the answer is? :D

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  2. The answer is not D!

  3. Go here: http://www.answers.com/topic/needle

    Scroll down to the definitions under Verb and read the second one.

  4. Uh, Writeacher I didn't mean to say the answer was D, this symbol: :D was a smiley face.
    Infact I do the know the correct answer. :-)

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  5. I'm very glad. And I hope Anonymous will know it, too. =)

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