[ wɪð kəmplˈe͡ɪnts], [ wɪð kəmplˈeɪnts], [ w_ɪ_ð k_ə_m_p_l_ˈeɪ_n_t_s]
How to use "With complaints" in context?
No one likes to complain, especially if the complaint seems small or petty. But complaints can be a powerful force for change. Occasionally, a small complaint can snowball into a larger issue, and you might be surprised at the effect that acomplainingcan have.
Complaining can be a form of communication. It can let people know that you're not happy with something, and that you'd like change.
Complaining can also be a way of highlighting problems. If everyone complaints about the same thing, it can open people's eyes to the bigger picture and help them to come up with solutions.
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