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Meaning: a conflict with someone; a complaint against someone

For example:

  • Kenny said he's got a beef with me, so I asked him what the problem was.

  • Rappers always seem to have beefs with one another, but most people think they stage these conflicts for the publicity.

Quick Quiz:

If you have a beef with someone, you have
  1. a problem with them
  2. a meal with them
  3. a good time with them

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