Sinónimos de squabble
to quarrel over a small matterThe siblings squabble like they did when they were children.
My brother quarrelled with my father.
She was always arguing and fighting with him.
They were still arguing. I could hear them down the road.
They rowed all the time.
A group of 400 demonstrators clashed with police.
Whole towns disputed with neighboring villages over boundaries.
They are always scrapping.
fall out (informal),
She fell out with her husband.
They brawled in the street.
The sparring couple have declared a truce in public.
The two parties are still wrangling over the timing of the election.
The two women bickered constantly.
We had words and she stormed out.
fight like cat and dog,
go at it hammer and tongs
a petty quarrelThere have been minor squabbles about phone bills.
I had a terrible quarrel with my other brothers.
He had a big fight with his dad last night.
The meeting descended into an unpleasant row.
She got into a heated argument with a stranger.
The dispute between them is settled.
a bit of a set-to between Smith and his record company
He has never been one to avoid a scrap.
My instructor and I had a brief disagreement.
a spat over interest rates and currencies
difference of opinion,
She was walking home after a tiff with her boyfriend.
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in the sense of argue
to quarrelThey were still arguing. I could hear them down the road.
in the sense of argument
a quarrelShe got into a heated argument with a stranger.
in the sense of bicker
to argue over petty mattersThe two women bickered constantly.
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