(do) (you) want to make something of it?

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(do) (you) want to make something of it?

A threat to begin an intense fight or argue about something, usually something minor or easy to overlook. A: "Think you're being funny, huh? Do you want to make something of it?" B: "No, I'm sorry, I simply wasn't thinking when I said that about your marriage. That's all." A: "I heard your dad got fired for drinking on the job again." B: "That's right, want to make something of it? Because I'd be more than happy to wipe that smug grin off your face!" Yeah, I dropped out of high school, so what? You want to make something of it?
See also: make, of, something, want
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(Do you) want to make something of it?

 and You want to make something of it?
Do you want to start a fight about it? (Rude and contentious.) Tom: You're really bugging me. It's not fair to pick on me all the time. Bill: You want to make something of it? Bob: Please be quiet. You're making too much noise. Fred: Do you want to make something of it?
See also: make, of, want

Want to make something of it?

 and Wanna make sumpin' of it?
Inf. Do you want to fight about it? (See also ) So, I'm a little ugly. Wanna make sumpin' of it? I'm sitting in your usual chair, you say? Want to make something of it?
See also: make, of, want
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

Want to make something of it?

and Wanna make sumpin’ of it?
interrog. Do you want to fight about it? So, I’m a little ugly. Wanna make sumpin’ of it?
See also: make, of, something, want
McGraw-Hill's Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions Copyright © 2006 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved.
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