抱怨, 抗议, 控诉
抱怨, 抗议, 控诉
申诉, 控诉, 控告
v.make a formal accusation
○ bring a formal charge
○ The plaintiff's lawyer complained that he defendant had physically abused his client
v.express complaints, discontent, displeasure, or unhappiness
○ My mother complains all day
○ She has a lot to kick about
Some children with acute pharyngitis complain of abdominal pain and are febrile
Our staff complain of being underpaid and overwork.
willing but lacking the power to do it;Gaze at the ocean and complain of its infinitude
To complain persistently and whiningly.
Many Japanese managers are ambivalent about such matters too, and they complain about having to do it
The two friends rushed furiously in to complain to Jia Rui of Jin Rong's uncalled-FOR insult.
The rivalry even makes itself felt at a personal level: American tourists in Paris often complain that they are singled out FOR disobliging treatment
I feel constraIned to wrIte and complaIn In the strongest possIble terms.
I wasn't satIsfIed wIth our treatment at that hotel,so I shall complaIn to the proprIetor.
Ok, I see you have come to see me not so much to complaIn and get thIng straIghten out In a reasonable fashIon.