Idiom: Bone to pick
Meaning: If you have a bone to pick with someone, you are annoyed about something they have done and want to tell them how you feel.Country: International English | Subject Area: Body and bodily functions | Usage Type: Both or All Words Used
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- I've got a bone to pick with you
- Dry as a bone
- Bone of contention
- All skin and bone
- Work your fingers to the bone
- Cherry pick
- Pick-up game
- Chew on a bone
- Schoolyard pick
- Throw someone a bone
- Pick someone's brains
- Pick of the litter
- Pick holes
- Funny bone
- Pick up the tab
- Pick up the pace
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