Do you know the English expression “to have it out with (someone)“? Read the conversation below. Can you guess the meaning?
Karen: I had it out with Steve last night about him coming home drunk at 3am on the weekends.
Masha: What did he say?
Karen: He argued that he works hard during the week, so he wants to get drunk on Saturday nights. I told him he either comes home earlier, or we break up.
Does it mean:
a) to ask someone something politely
b) to negotiate with someone
c) to argue with someone
d) to have a physical fight with someone
The answer is below! ↓
Answer: c) to argue with someone