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    make the case big

    "She feel disciminated in her workplace. She did not want to make the case big, so she chose not to bring it to her boss but shared her hard feeling with her friends."

    Is make the case big a proper English. Any other suggestion?

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    Re: make the case big

    Quote Originally Posted by Ju View Post
    Is make the case big proper English.
    Not really. One posssibility would be:
    She did not want to make an issue out of the case.

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