English version

have something to say about something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhave something to say about somethinghave something to say about somethingANGRYto be angry about something Her father would have something to say about it. say
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have something to say about somethingYou'd better tell your dad about the dent in the car - I'm sure he'll have something to say about it.Rodman would have something to say about juvenile fantasies of self-reliance if I told him that one.I shall have something to say about original boards a little later.Mind you, Sunderland, of course, could have something to say about that at Hillsborough tomorrow afternoon.However, Trevor Francis' Birmingham will have something to say about that.Jerome would have something to say about that..Jen looked at me as if I ought to have something to say about this.
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