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Definition of 'quarrel'

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So the giants were left behind with no goods to share or quarrel about. The Brothers Grimm Fairy Tales (1812)The sun is now in place to heal family quarrels and resolve a cash situation. The Sun (2007)You can heal quarrels and make the family feel like a team again. The Sun (2011)You can make the first move to end a quarrel between two people. The Sun (2010)Lovers quarrel when one party in the relationship has committed an act of betrayal. Christianity Today (2000)Do not let us quarrel about the past. Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice (1813)The sun adds warmth to family relationships and quarrels are healed. The Sun (2011)Civilisation kicked off a public quarrel about aesthetics that rages to this day. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The moon soothes family relationships and quarrels are forgotten. The Sun (2009)The letter underlined the family quarrel within the party leadership. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Friendship is the key to success so don't let old quarrels jinx a new opportunity. The Sun (2010)Despite the quarrels between their old countries, people rubbed along well enough. Times, Sunday Times (2012)On a sweltering sugar plantation, two brothers quarrel. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In the end, one could scarcely quarrel with the substitution. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A family leave old quarrels behind and get lucky together. The Sun (2006)The sun helps you pass on special knowledge, share family and work responsibility fairly and heal old quarrels. The Sun (2010)

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Synonyms of 'quarrel'

disagreement, fight, row, difference (of opinion)

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British English: quarrel /ˈkwɒrəl/ NOUN
A quarrel is an angry argument between two or more friends or family members.
I had a terrible quarrel with my other brothers.
  • American English: quarrel
  • Arabic: شِجَار
  • Brazilian Portuguese: disputa
  • Chinese: 吵架
  • Croatian: svađa
  • Czech: hádka
  • Danish: skænderi
  • Dutch: ruzie
  • European Spanish: riña
  • Finnish: riita
  • French: querelle
  • German: Streit
  • Greek: καβγάς
  • Italian: lite
  • Japanese: 口論
  • Korean: 말다툼
  • Norwegian: krangel
  • Polish: kłótnia
  • European Portuguese: disputa
  • Romanian: dezbatere
  • Russian: ссора
  • Spanish: riña
  • Swedish: gräl
  • Thai: การทะเลาะวิวาท
  • Turkish: kavga
  • Ukrainian: сварка
  • Vietnamese: sự tranh cãi
British English: quarrel /ˈkwɒrəl/ VERB
When two or more people quarrel, they have an angry argument.
At one point we quarrelled, over something silly.
  • American English: quarrel
  • Arabic: يَتَشَاجَرْ مَعْ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: disputar
  • Chinese: 吵架
  • Croatian: svađati se
  • Czech: hádat se
  • Danish: skændes
  • Dutch: ruziën
  • European Spanish: reñir
  • Finnish: riidellä
  • French: se quereller
  • German: streiten
  • Greek: καβγαδίζω
  • Italian: litigare
  • Japanese: 口論する
  • Korean: 다투다
  • Norwegian: krangle
  • Polish: pokłócić się
  • European Portuguese: disputar
  • Romanian: a dezbate
  • Russian: ссориться
  • Spanish: reñir
  • Swedish: gräla
  • Thai: ทะเลาะ
  • Turkish: kavga etmek
  • Ukrainian: сваритися
  • Vietnamese: tranh cãi

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