have it out with somebody

have it out (with someone)

To have an argument, verbal fight, or frank discussion (with someone), especially to settle something that has caused anger, frustration, or annoyance. I had to have it out with my roommate because he never does his share of cleaning in the house. Tom and his boyfriend are always having it out.
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have it ˈout with somebody

have a serious discussion with somebody in order to end a disagreement, quarrel, etc: You must stop ignoring Fred because of what he said, and have it out with him once and for all.
See also: have, out, somebody