Air (one's) grievances In english explanation

The meaning, explanation, definition and origin of the idiom/phrase "air (one's) grievances", English Idiom Dictionary ( also found in Vietnamese )

author Zelda Thuong calendar 2021-05-28 02:05

Meaning of Air (one's) grievances

Air (one's) grievances plural noun

This phrase is used when someone wants to express their complaint or dissatisfaction about something, usually publicly.

After 3 years working for this company, finally she aired her grievances in front of the Boards and all employees.

If they do that shit to me again, I swear I will air my grievances in the next monthly meeting.

I'm tired of hearing him air his grievances again and again.

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Grammar and Usage of Air (one's) grievances

Verb Forms

  • airs one's grievances
  • aired one's grievances

This phrase should be conjugated according to its Subject and the sentence's Tense.

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