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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Renters are already complaining to us that it is hard to find an appropriate apartment, and when they finally do, it is often gone the next day.
WE do not get many people complaining to us about the irresponsible dog owners who do not clean up the mess left by their pet dogs.
We are very angry with the people of Paphos who are now complaining to us about the situation.
Michael Davies, chief executive of Wales Dyslexia, said: "We've had parents complaining to us because children who speak Welsh have had to be screened for dyslexia using the English tests.
He added: "Residents are complaining to us about roads being dug up without notice.
The policy was set out in written instructions sent to MI5 and MI6 officers in January 2002, which told them they might consider complaining to US officials about the mistreatment of detainees "if circumstances allow".
Ms Zubulake said strip club trips were on company expenses and was sacked after complaining to US employment regulators.