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I intend to make a complaint.
Customers lodged a formal complaint about the way they were treated.
An alarming number of complaints have been filed against him.
The council has received complaints that the building is not safe.
All complaints are thoroughly investigated.
The Commission upheld the complaint under Article 13.
If they had a more caring attitude, we'd have less cause for complaint.
This is the British English definition of complaint. View American English definition of complaint.
a share of the profits of a company, paid once or twice a year to the people who own the...
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