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quarrel

noun   /ˈkwɒr·əl/
an argument riña She walked out after having a quarrel with her boss.
verb   /ˈkwɒr·əl/ ( present participle UK quarrelling or US quarreling, past tense and past participle UK quarrelled or US quarreled)
to have an argument with someone pelearse, discutir She’d been quarrelling with her mother all morning.
(Definition of quarrel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

quarrel

noun /ˈkworəl/
an angry disagreement or argument pelea, riña I’ve had a quarrel with my girlfriend.
quarrelsome adjective
inclined to quarrel peleón, pendenciero quarrelsome children.
quarrelsomeness noun
espíritu pendenciero; ganas de pelea
(Definition of quarrel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “quarrel”
in Korean 말다툼…
in Arabic جِدال, شِجار…
in Malaysian pergaduhan…
in French dispute…
in Russian ссора, спор…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爭吵,不和…
in Italian litigio…
in Turkish tartışma, münakaşa, ağız kavgası…
in Polish kłótnia, sprzeczka…
in Vietnamese sự cãi nhau…
in Portuguese briga, discórdia, discussão…
in Thai การทะเลาะ…
in German der Streit…
in Catalan baralla, discussió…
in Japanese 口論, 言い合い…
in Chinese (Simplified) 争吵,不和…
in Indonesian pertengkaran…
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