Translation of grievance in Spanish:

grievance

Pronunciation: /ˈgriːvəns/

n

  • 1.1 c (ground for complaint) motivo (m) de queja he seemed to have a grievance against his father parecía estar resentido con su padre por algo to air one's grievances quejarse 1.2 u (injustice) to be filled with a sense of grievance sentirse* agraviado, sentirse* víctima de una injusticia 1.3 c [Lab Rel] queja (f) formal (before n) grievance procedure procedimiento (m) conciliatorio

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