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quarrel

noun     /ˈkwɒrəl/
B2 [C] an argument: She walked out after having a quarrel with her boss.Arguments and disagreements
have no quarrel with sb/sth
to not disagree with someone or something: We have no quarrel with either of those ideas.Accepting and agreeingAccepting and agreeing reluctantlyApproving and approval
Translations of “quarrel”
in Arabic جِدال, شِجار…
in Korean 말다툼…
in Malaysian pergaduhan…
in French dispute…
in Turkish tartışma, münakaşa, ağız kavgası…
in Italian litigio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 爭吵,不和…
in Russian ссора, спор…
in Polish kłótnia, sprzeczka…
in Vietnamese sự cãi nhau…
in Spanish riña, pelearse, discutir…
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 Indonesian pertengkaran…
in Chinese (Simplified) 争吵,不和…
(Definition of quarrel noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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