complain about (someone or something)

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complain about (someone or something)

To voice one's annoyance or displeasure with someone or something. Oh boy, which dead president is grandpa complaining about today? If you hate your job so much, quit complaining about it and look for a new one!
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complain about someone or something

to protest someone or something; to grouch about someone or something. Oh, stop complaining about the weather. You are always complaining about me.
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So to whoever is consonantly complaining about us and hiding behind the Data Protection Act, I ask - please leave us alone and get on with your own life, so that we can spend our final days in peace.
The NHS may be complaining about us, but they don't make it easy for folks like me to control borderline diabetes by diet.
I FEEL compelled to write about all you law-abiding motorists who are complaining about us cyclists using the pavements.
Summary: Pakistan is publicly complaining about US air strikes.
They're complaining about us making a complaint against Jason McGuinness playing, yet they were willing to go down the same road to get Sean Hargan off suspension, so there's a case here of stones and glass houses, and they need to be very careful what road they want to go down.
The EU responded the next day with a counter-suit complaining about US government support to Boeing.
Middlesbrough Council Youth Service mentor Mez Haider, 19, from North Ormesby, said: "It was about three years ago that we had the initial idea because residents were complaining about us being on the streets.
We got better but I have to say that I'm getting sick of complaining about us getting knocked off the ball too easily.
It is someone else in the business who is complaining about us.
I am complaining about us tax payers having to subsidise rail passengers to the tune of billions each year.