where’s the beef?

where’s the beef?


Also, what’s the beef? What is the source of a complaint, as in Where’s the beef? No one was hurt in the accident. This usage employs beef in the sense of a “complaint” or “grudge,” also appearing in the phrase have no beef with, meaning “have no quarrel with.” [Slang; late 1800s]

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