English version

give somebody a piece of your mind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgive somebody a piece of your mindgive somebody a piece of your mindinformalANGRY to tell someone that you are very angry with them After the game he gave the players a piece of his mind. piece
Examples from the Corpus
give somebody a piece of your mindI was so mad that I called back and gave her a piece of my mind.She'd give Gloria a piece of her mind when she got home!I begin to pronounce the sequence of words and numbers that will prevent her from giving him a piece of her mind.If one of the kids is being sassy, Inez gives them a piece of her mind.Boy, am I going to give him a piece of my mind when I see him.But it was worth it, to give Hilda Machin a piece of her mind.She managed to manoeuvre into the remaining space and got out to give somebody a piece of her mind.Ready to give somebody a piece of her mind, Aunt Pat strode to the front door and flung it open.
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