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quarrel /ˈkwɒrəl $ ˈkwɔː-, ˈkwɑː-/ noun [countable]
quarrel verb (past tense and past participle quarrelled, present participle quarrelling, quarreled, quarreling) [intransitive]

مرافعه ، منازعه ، پرخاش ، دعوا ، اختلاف ، گله ، نزاع کردن ، دعوی کردن ، ستیزه کردن ، قانون ـ فقه: نزاع کردن
- disagreement, argument, brawl, breach, contention, controversy, dispute, dissension, feud, fight, row, squabble, tiff
- disagree, argue, bicker, brawl, clash, differ, dispute, fall out (informal), fight, row, squabble
Contrasted words: accord, concord, harmony, agreement, likemindedness, understanding, unity, agree, coincide, concur
Related Idioms: pribbles and prabbles, have words with, pull caps
Related Words: battle royal, catfight, affray, bobbery, broil, donnybrook, fray, free-for-all, melee, ruction, rumpus, scrap, scrimmage, scuffle, conflict, contention, difference, discord, dissension, strife, variance, disagreement, misunderstanding, differ, disaccord, dissent, divide, vary, bump, clash, collide, thwart, battle, contend, fight, war
English Thesaurus: argue, have an argument, have a row, quarrel, squabble, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. quarrel1 /ˈkwɒrəl $ ˈkwɔː-, ˈkwɑː-/ noun [countable] especially British English
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: querele 'complaint', from Latin querela, from queri 'to complain']

1. an angry argument or disagreement
quarrel with
Jacob left after a quarrel with his wife.
quarrel about/over
They had a quarrel about some girl.
quarrel between
Had there been any quarrel between you?

2. a reason to disagree with something or argue with someone
quarrel with
My only quarrel with this plan is that it’s going to take far too long.
I have no quarrel with the court’s verdict.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. quarrel2 verb (past tense and past participle quarrelled, present participle quarrelling British English, quarreled, quarreling American English) [intransitive]
to have an argument:
I wish you two would stop quarreling.
quarrel with
I always seem to be quarrelling with my parents.
quarrel about
We’re not going to quarrel about a few dollars.
quarrel with something phrasal verb
to disagree with something or complain about something:
Nobody could quarrel with the report’s conclusions.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

ADJ. bitter, fierce, serious, violent | family, internal, lovers', private | long-standing, old
VERB + QUARREL pick I don't want to pick a quarrel with her.
be/become/get involved in He got involved in a quarrel with his neighbour.
make up, patch up, settle
QUARREL + VERB break out, ensue
PREP. ~ about a quarrel about money
~ between a quarrel between family members
~ over a quarrel over the ownership of a piece of land
~ with Our quarrel is not with the people, but with their leader.
PHRASES have no quarrel with sb/sth We have no quarrel with their plans, in fact we support them.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. bitterly, fiercely, violently
PREP. about, over What did you two quarrel about?
with He wished he hadn't quarrelled with Tania.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


have a quarrel
We had a terrible quarrel last night.
pick a quarrel (=deliberately start one)
Members of the gang were picking quarrels with strangers.
patch up a quarrel British English (=end it)
The brothers eventually patched up their quarrel.
a quarrel breaks out (=starts to happen)
A fresh quarrel broke out between the players.
a family quarrel
Your family quarrels are none of my concern.
a lovers’ quarrel
Outside, two teenagers were having a lovers’ quarrel.
bitter (=involving strong feelings of anger or hatred)
They are locked in a bitter quarrel over ownership of the land.
That morning, after a violent quarrel, she threatened him with a kitchen knife.
Soon afterwards, they had their first serious quarrel.
an old quarrel (=one that has existed for a long time)
Now is the time to patch up old quarrels.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

DUBIOUS: Sometimes we quarrel about which programme to watch.
GOOD: Sometimes we argue about which programme to watch.

Usage Note:
When people quarrel they argue angrily, especially for a long time about something that is unimportant: 'If you two boys don't stop quarrelling, you can go straight to bed.'
People can argue without feeling angry or looking silly: 'Most evenings we would sit in the kitchen arguing about politics.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors

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