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The example sentences of LODGE A COMPLAINT in videos (1 in total of 1)

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English idiom

What does "lodge a complaint" mean?
"lodge a complaint" is an English idiom. Meaning "To register a formal charge or accusation (against someone or something)."

Similar phrases & idioms

step up to the plate

take action in response to an opportunity or crisis.

take action in response to an opportunity or crisis.

log in

go through the procedures to begin using a computer, database, or system.

go through the procedures to begin using a computer, database, or system.

fill

To cause one to begin having particular thoughts or ideas.

To cause one to begin having particular thoughts or ideas.

on tiptoe

standing or walking on the front part of the feet (the balls of the feet) wi ...

standing or walking on the front part of the feet (the balls of the feet) with no weight put on the heels. (This is done to gain height or to walk quietly.)

anything is possible

Any outcome could occur.

Any outcome could occur.