Vietnamese English Dictionary

Tiếng Việt - English

phàn nàn in English:

1. complain


Don't complain.
Foreign businessmen living in Tokyo often complain of the high prices for imported western food.
I'm getting sick of hearing you complain.
Tom had no sooner walked in the door than Mary started to complain.
And unlike Oshin, they do complain although certainly not at work and generally not in public.
You always leave to door open. H complained to me about my always leaving the door open.
Why am I the only one they complain of? They're just making an example out of me and using me as a scapegoat.
It's hard to complain against such good people.
Foreigners complain that it is difficult to get to know Japanese people. To some extent this may be true.
If you complain further, I'm going to get really angry.
You can complain 'til the cows come home, but it's not going to make a bit of difference.
1. I'm sure you won't complain. / 2. The truth is I can't complain. / 3. Well, I wouldn't complain, Holly.
My mother complain that I put up things in the wrong place in the dishwasher.
drunken photographs, bad language and messages complaining about work
Of course, one can always complain that this could have been done earlier and so forth.

English word "phàn nàn"(complain) occurs in sets:

500 động từ tiếng Anh 476 - 500
Tiếng Anh thương mại 51 - 75