moan about (someone or something)

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moan about (someone or something)

To grumble, gripe, or complain about someone or something to an annoying, excessive degree. My daughter has reached the age where she moans about everything we ask her to do. Well, if you spent more time doing your work and less time moaning about it, you'd be finished a heck of a lot sooner!
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moan about something

to complain about something. What are you moaning about? I am not moaning about anything.
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He moans about his arthritis, the boss, he even has the effrontery to moan about us cows.
OFFICE workers' moans about their manager add up to 65 minutes a week, the equivalent of six working days a year.
IN-A-CITY BLUES Tevez got a hero's welcome but he moans about the city
3 THEIR CARS..."He moans and moans about keeping the car clean.
As for bus driver D M of Newcastle, who moans about pensioners trying to get on the bus before nine o'clock, he's like a child of three playing "You can't get on my bus".
But she hates giving him a lift because he moans about her driving.
MORE complaints are being made about the NHS with most moans about staff.
"He chats to all the women and tries to get amorous with them, moans about everything - and when he has had a drink just insults people."
he moans so Wardman told moans about moans about taken, he signing He said: "I was having my hair cut, she was having hers dyed.
I don't know what is more pathetic, the fact that we knee-jerk after England or the fact that no one has attempted to do anything about sectarianism until England moans about people being picked on in sport.
He moans about fixture congestion, about referees' decisions - he has to be held back from confrontations - and he moans when any of his stars are criticised.