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It literally means he (or she or it) baked him (or grilled him). As a common slang expression it means he (or she or it) convinced him.

This is super helpful, thank you, especially having the 'he, she, or it' part clarified. But is the same form of the word used if the convinced party is a she, or an it, and not a him?

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Yes we can say την έψησε, το έψησε.

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