The British Idiom – Have a bone to pick with someone
Definition of Have a bone to pick with someone
Having a bone to pick with someone means to have a minor disagreement with them.
Examples of Usage of Have a bone to pick with someone
I think Spain should make it easier to start a small business. This would help the economy to recover. If you think I’m wrong, you might have a bone to pick with me. I’ve got a bone to pick with you! Did you eat both of the caramel Magnums that were in the freezer?
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