complaint

[kəmʹpleınt] n
1. 1) недовольство
2) причина недовольства

my chief complaint is that ... - главная причина моего недовольства заключается в том, что ...

2. жалоба, сетование

he is full of complaints - он постоянно жалуется

to make a complaint - жаловаться

you have no cause /ground/ of /for/ complaint - у вас нет оснований жаловаться

3. 1) юр. жалоба; иск; возбуждение уголовного дела

to lodge /to make, to prefer/ a complaint against smb. - подавать жалобу на /иск против/ кого-л.; возбуждать уголовное дело против кого-л.

bill of complaint - исковое заявление, жалоба (письменная)

2) ком. рекламация; претензия

customer complaints - претензии потребителей

❝Complaints❞ - «стол претензий», «бюро жалоб» (в магазине)
4. болезнь, недомогание; боль

a complaint of the liver - боль в печени

he's suffering from a heart complaint - он страдает болезнью сердца

he who makes constant complaint gets little compassion - вечные жалобы не находят сочувствия


Новый большой англо-русский словарь. 2001.

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  • complaint — com‧plaint [kəmˈpleɪnt] noun 1. [countable, uncountable] a written or spoken statement by someone complaining about something: • Our sales assistants are trained to deal with customer complaints in a friendly manner. • a letter of complaint… …   Financial and business terms

  • Complaint — Com*plaint (k[o^]m*pl[=a]nt ), n. [F. complainte. See {Complain}.] 1. Expression of grief, regret, pain, censure, or resentment; lamentation; murmuring; accusation; fault finding. [1913 Webster] I poured out my complaint before him. Ps. cxlii. 2 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • complaint — late 14c., lamentation, grief, from O.Fr. complainte (12c.) complaint, lament, noun use of fem. pp. of complaindre (see COMPLAIN (Cf. complain)). Meaning bodily ailment is from 1705 (often in U.S. colloquial use generalized as complaints) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Complaint — expression of dissatisfaction by any person or organization to a conformity assessment body or accreditation body, relating to the activities of that body, where a response is expected (p. 6.5 ISO 17000/IEC:2004, p. 3.9 ISO/IEC 17011:2004).… …   Словарь-справочник терминов нормативно-технической документации

  • complaint — ► NOUN 1) an act of complaining. 2) a reason for dissatisfaction. 3) the expression of dissatisfaction: a letter of complaint. 4) an illness or medical condition, especially a relatively minor one …   English terms dictionary

  • complaint — the initiatory document in a lawsuit that notifies the court and the defendant of the grounds claimed by the Plaintiff for an award of money or other relief against the defendant (Glossary of Common Bankruptcy Terms) The first or initiatory… …   Glossary of Bankruptcy

  • complaint — ailment, *disease, disorder, condition, affection, malady, distemper, syndrome …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • complaint — [kəm plānt′] n. [ME complainte < OFr < complaindre] 1. the act of complaining; utterance of pain, displeasure, annoyance, etc. 2. a subject or cause for complaining; grievance 3. an illness; ailment 4. Law a pleading setting forth the… …   English World dictionary

  • complaint — noun 1 act of complaining ADJECTIVE ▪ serious ▪ common, familiar, frequent ▪ minor, small ▪ only …   Collocations dictionary

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