Criticize (someone) harshly or angrily, especially for personal mistakes. You get drilled out so quickly when the boss finds out that you crashed the company car.
Slang. to scold or severely scold (usually followed by out). deceive; Fraud.
phrasal verb. drill someone (North American English, informal) to strongly criticize someone for doing something wrong. He drilled me in front of everyone.
“Clean up.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/ream%20out.
Burring is defined as angrily criticizing a person to upset someone.
Reamer, rotary cutting tool of cylindrical or conical shape used to enlarge and finish drilled, drilled or cored holes to precise dimensions.
Ries (No. 1) commercial standard measure of paper, rem, mid-14th c., from Old French reyme, from Spanish resma, from Arabic rizmah “bundles” (of paper), from rasama “to collect in a Bundles.” The Moors brought the manufacture of cotton paper to Spain.