June 14, 2007

have no beef with someone

Posted in slangs at 10:33 am by Feng

have no beef with someone — have no quarrel with. “Beef” here has the meaning of “complaint” [answers]

On ‘Rambo: First Blood II’, Rambo found himself in a one man war against the whole police force of a town. From a hill, he jumped upon an army truck and took the driver by surprise.  Just before being kicked out of the truck, the poor diver begged: “Please don’t do that. I have got no beef with you.”


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