English version

have something against somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something against somebody/somethinghave something against somebody/somethingDON'T LIKEto dislike or disapprove of someone or something I don’t have anything against babies. I just don’t feel very comfortable with them. against
Examples from the Corpus
have something against somebody/somethingI have nothing against people making lots of money.
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