Say something to one - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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say (something) to (oneself)
To have a specific thought. I know what you're saying to yourself: "This can't be real." Well, I'm sorry to say that it is. I've been saying to myself that we need to invest in a better washing machine.
say something to someone
to tell something to someone. He didn't say anything to me. Did someone say something to you?
say something to something
to say yes or no to a proposal, request, etc. I hope you will say yes to my proposal. Nothing was said to your request at the last meeting.
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Which means you might not say something to one
Now the once suicidal youngster is singing the heartbreaking ballad Say Something to one
of the UK's biggest bands.
If you say something to one
person and they don't appreciate it, the message will get out to the whole team.
If you want to say something to one
of the boys, I just call them Paxy, because I know I would get it wrong if I tried to guess which one it was.
The way in which you say something to one
person might be completely different to the way you say a similar thing to another competitor.
I thought, you know, I could say something to one
of them that might influence them in years to come.