have a bone to pick : Idioms in English

have a bone to pick

To have something to dispute
Usage:
I have a bone to pick with you about the mess in the kitchen, Chris said, glaring at Kim and Val as he stood in the doorway.

have a bone to pick in News

  • Car owners suing Ford for its MyFord Touch Infotainment System

    Yeah, it is a Microsoft UX thing, but it could be cool, but it has some issues. Surely we all have a bone to pick when it comes to our cars' new fangled interfaces and usability. Some day we will all sue our cars. Hooray for lawyers.   read more        
    on July 17, 2013 Source: TG Daily

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