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a bone to pick meaning

  "a bone to pick" in a sentence
  • (informal)
    1. A difference to be cleared up (with somebody)
    2. Something to occupy one (archaic)

Examples

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  1. wait a minute, i have a bone to pick with you.
  2. here! i have a bone to pick with you about the way you spoke to me yesterday.
  3. i have got a bone to pick with you . where is the money i lent you last week?
  4. i have got a bone to pick with you, mr. patel! over your last cottonseed oil shipment to liverpool.
  5. i have a bone to pick you with you, young lady

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