say (something) to (one)

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say (something) to (one)

To speak to someone; to tell someone a word or phrase. Say sorry to your sister! Sorry, did you say something to me?
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say something to someone

to tell something to someone. He didn't say anything to me. Did someone say something to you?
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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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We keep ourselves to ourselves with this kind of thing because the last thing we want to do is say something to someone and get something back from them because it's their kids doing it.
You probably don't want a confrontation but you might have to say something to someone or the resentment will build and it could blow up into a family feud, which I imagine you want to avoid.
You probably don't want a confrontation, but you might have to say something to someone or the resentment will build and it could blow up into a family feud, which I imagine you want to avoid.
If I say something to someone, that guy has the right to give it back.
You'll say something to someone around a campfire that comes from deeper in your soul than if you're, say, out to dinner or driving in a car.
He said: "In the past you would have to go up and say something to someone.
And finally, on racism in football : "During a match you may say something to someone who's not looking exactly like you, but at the end of the match it's forgotten.
He also said: "During a match you may say something to someone who is not looking exactly like you, but at end of match it's forgotten.
And like Reagan she believes that if you see something, you better say something to someone in power and expect him to do something about it.
If you say something to someone today, and especially someone you don't know very well, you need to be sincere.
There have been occasions when we've had to go over and say something to someone," admits Elaine.
Please say something to someone, your MP, your doctor.
You may say something to someone, and they might hear something different," he says.
At this point the investigation is still ongoing, but in cases like this, someone will usually brag about it or say something to someone else and we'll find out,'' said Deputy Dave Miklos.