English version

take issue with somebody/something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtake issue with somebody/somethingtake issue with somebody/somethingDISAGREEto disagree or argue with someone about something It is difficult to take issue with his analysis.take issue with somebody over something I must take issue with you over what you said yesterday. issue
Examples from the Corpus
take issue with somebody over somethingBut we have to take issue with Camilla Buxton over her remarks on the banking system.
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