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I could make an issue of that "I could make an issue of that, but I can guess what would happen. They'd arrest Nick for conspiring to help prisoner escape. And they'd make him rat out his friends. Would you want that?" "No." "Neither would I." what does " I could make an issue of that" mean?
Feb 5, 2014 1:50 AM
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To make an issue of something is to complain about something, to make a problem out of something. Basically, you bring something to someone's attention and make a fuss about it, which often will create problems for others. In this sense, whatever is being made an issue of (brought up, complained about) will cause Nick harm.
February 5, 2014
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