Our French prof at our university assigned us about 30 questions aimed at brushing up on our speaking skills, and one of the questions completely escapes me. So basically, we need to create a natural French sentence like the one French people would really use, based on an English sentence given as a clue, and the French sentence needs to include a keyword given, in this case, the noun "moyen" to denote the meaning of the bold part.
"Though we just increased their salary, they still don't stop complaining! So no one can work anymore without complaining, for crying out loud?!"
So we need to create a natural French sentence roughly corresponding to this English sentence, and we need to somehow include the noun "moyen" in the French sentence of the bold part. I consulted many dictionaries and such, but I can't understand how the noun "moyen" can be used to denote the meaning "stop" or "complaining". Am I missing something? The prof said "Be flexible!" and it doesn't have to the exact translation of the English sentence but rather something similar in meaning that French people would come up with.