complaint

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 [kəmˈpleɪnt]


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complaint

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [an official, a civic, a neighborhood, a consumer, an anonymous] complaint
  2. complaints from the [customers, users, members, neighbors]
  3. a complaint [relating to, concerning, about]
  4. Your complaints are [welcome, heard].
  5. you may submit any complaints [to, by]
  6. [lodge, log, file, write, submit, email] a complaint (about)
  7. a complaint [lodged] against the [company, local council, neighbor]
  8. [write, send, post] a letter of complaint
  9. have received [several, many, hundreds] of complaints (about)
  10. Their complaint was that [the noise was too loud, the product was ineffective].
  11. complaints about the [service, food, noise, quality, staff]
  12. The neighbors have been complaining about [the noise].
  13. brushed [away, aside] their complaints
  14. refused to [accept, hear, listen to] her complaints
  15. have [no, little, strong] grounds for complaint
  16. a complaint of [harassment, discrimination, racism, unfair treatment]
  17. complaints from [parents, readers, viewers, students]
n as adj
  1. write in the complaints [book, sheet, log]
  2. fill [in, out] a complaint form
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