gripe to (someone or something)

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gripe to (someone or something)

To complain, often continually and in an irritating manner, about someone or something to someone or something else. I turned the thermostat up, so you all can stop griping to me about how cold it is in here, thanks. Michael, as long as you have long hair, Grandma is going to gripe to you—you better get used to it. Oh, go gripe to the school board about it then—there's nothing we can do here.
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Leaving this small gripe to one side it is clear that Peugeot have produced a modern, elegant car that is going to be a major player in the executive marketplace.
Leaving this small gripe to one side, it is clear that Peugeot have produced a modern, elegant car that is going to be a major player in the executive marketplace.
The Ireland boss is a cool and unflappable character and put his seedings gripe to one side last night.