can't complain

can't complain

Things are fine. A casual response to questions like "How are you?" or "How've you been?" A: "Hey, Pat, how are you?" B: "Ah, can't complain!"
See also: complain

can't complain

Used as a response meaning fairly good or well, to questions such as "How are you?" or "How is business?" For example, How've you been?-Can't complain. This term means that nothing serious is wrong. [Mid-1800s]
See also: complain
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I have been back training for two months but the boys have been doing really well so I can't complain.
Benitez said: "You can't complain about the work rate of our players.
PEOPLE can't complain about Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales' decision not to tour Bangladesh.
Mind, haven't been there for 25 years so can't complain.
I didn't execute the race as well as I could have done but I can't complain with the silver medal.
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First paying job, mouths to feed, you can't complain.
She explained that you can't complain and there are confining elements.
We can't argue, were better on the We can't complain, weren't enough David "When you lose one goal you're saying, 'Calm down, it's not the end of the earth', but unfortunately we conceded by giving a really poor second goal away.
Although McLaren team-mate Jenson Button took the chequered flag for the 13th win of his career, Hamilton said: "If this is a bad day for me then I definitely can't complain.
Yes, I was a geek, so I can't complain when people call me it.
Yes, I was a geek so I can't complain when people call me it" - Labour leader Ed Miliband.
However, the manager said: "I really can't complain too much about my side.
We can't complain, though, because the lads have done us proud.
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