complain to (someone or something)

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complain to (someone or something)

To voice one's annoyance or displeasure to someone or something. If you hate your job so much, quit complaining to me about it and look for a new one! If we complain to the school board, I'm sure we can get this decision overturned.
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complain to someone

to grouch or protest to someone. Don't complain to me. I will complain to the manager.
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Viewers and listeners often complain to us about programmes they've seen or heard on TV and radio.
People can complain to us by calling on our hotline for any wrongdoing in the sector and giving us the bank's name.
Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman Julie Mellor said: "Often people complain to us because they don't want someone else to go through what they or their loved one went through.
His paperwork has been delayed by the municipalities and he came to complain to us, but to be honest this should be handled by the municipalities and not councillors.
I request the consumers to also check the rate list and see if prices are being suddenly increased and complain to us.
Conservative MP Guy Opperman told the Commons: "The fundamental problem that our constituents complain to us about is that there are frequently multiple calls and that calls are often made at night time.
If a patient feels that the healthcare facility -- hospital, clinic or laboratory -- is abusing the health insurance card and putting the patient through unnecessary tests or procedures, he or she is entitled to complain to us via the portal and we will look into the matter," he explained.
What we were aiming to do was tackle issues such as loud music blasting out for hours on end which city centre businesses rightly complain to us about.
It is no wonder that those who do complain to us are very angry at the uncaring people who allow this to happen.
One worker, 28, who asked not to be named, said: "The politician didn't complain to us at the time.
Mr Mann said: "Many subsequently complain to us because they have been switched to a new telephone company without their knowledge or consent.
Edith is one of ranks of customers to complain to us about BCA clubs.
Before this extremely vociferous little group reach for their telephones to complain to us ab out this view, they should remind themselves of the public vote on the issue, and take another look at the results of the public consultation process, unveiled by Liverpool council yesterday.
If we allow Facebook and Twitter to be cited on air, it's opening a Pandora's Box, other social networks will complain to us saying, "why not us?
Despite this threat, we're running the story because we believe that if readers complain to us because they are not happy with a company, then we have a duty to investigate and report the outcome.