Definición de complaint en inglés:

complaint

Saltos de línea: com|plaint
Pronunciación: /kəmˈpleɪnt
 
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sustantivo

  • 1A statement that something is unsatisfactory or unacceptable: I intend to make an official complaint there were complaints that the building was an eyesore
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    • She refused to say whether she has received complaints that firms are feasting at the city trough.
    • I feel that because of the tremendous amount of complaints that they received last year they felt they had to do something.
    • Some of the worst complaints that I received were about what was happening inside the interrogation rooms.
    Sinónimos
    protest, protestation, objection, remonstrance, statement of dissatisfaction, grievance, charge, accusation, criticism; cavil, quibble, grumble, moan, whine
    informal beef, gripe, grouse, grouch, whinge
    Law, British plaint
  • 1.1A reason for dissatisfaction: I have no complaints about the hotel
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    • So it is natural for people to have an opportunity to speak out about their complaints and dissatisfactions.
    • When I contacted the hotel about your complaint, he called you to apologize for the inconvenience and to ask what the hotel could do to make things right with you.
    • It is interesting to note that few women have complaints about job-related problems.
  • 1.2 [mass noun] The expression of dissatisfaction: a letter of complaint he hasn’t any cause for complaint
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    • The month-long trial was scrapped after takings plunged by £26,000 in 13 days and students fired off almost 100 letters of complaint.
    • A friend of mine in the US subsequently wrote in to the offices of Power 99 FM, the station that had suddenly been flooded with letters of complaint.
    • The EMA said the Chase Village resident who wrote the letter of complaint was invited to contact the authority if he wanted further information or clarification.
    Sinónimos
    protesting, protestation, objection, exception, grievance, grumbling, carping, whining, moaning, muttering, murmuring; criticism, fault-finding, condemnation, disapproval, dissatisfaction, fulmination, outcry, fuss
    Northern English informal mithering
  • 1.3 Law The plaintiff’s reasons for proceeding in a civil action.
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    • Was the investigation of the complaint against the plaintiff negligent?
    • At the outset of his investigation he was made aware of a previous complaint about the plaintiff which did not result in any charges being laid.
    • He went through the chronology of the complaints made by the plaintiffs.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French complainte, feminine past participle of complaindre 'to lament' (see complain).

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