Hay 2 definiciones de quarrel en inglés:

quarrel1

Saltos de línea: quar|rel
Pronunciación: /ˈkwɒr(ə)l
 
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sustantivo

verbo (quarrels, quarrelling, quarrelled; US quarrels, quarreling, quarreled)

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  • 1Have an angry argument or disagreement: stop quarrelling with your sister
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    • Mr Babbage and Mr Clement had a big disagreement and quarrelled over money.
    • After the enemies were vanquished, however, the victors quarreled and their fundamental disagreements emerged.
    • She and Winston quarreled frequently about money during the lean years after Lord Randolph's death.
    Sinónimos
    argue, have a row/fight, row, fight, disagree, fail to agree, differ, be at odds, have a misunderstanding, be at variance, fall out; dispute, bicker, squabble, brawl, chop logic; wrangle, spar, bandy words, cross swords, lock horns, be at each other's throats, be at loggerheads
    informal scrap, argufy, spat
    archaic altercate
  • 1.1 (quarrel with) Take exception to or disagree with (something): some people quarrel with this approach
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    • The Ciceronian Review also quarrels with the rotunda analogy, and asserts ‘the evidence suggests that the Democrats did not know the files were open.’
    • Staff have suggested 17 different alternatives, on which the public will be asked to give opinions, providing no one quarrels with the magic number of four, which is what council has decided we will have.
    • He may have been a tyrant but the world still quarrels with the manner and mode in which he was ousted from power by the powerful nations who on paper believe in democracy and the rule of law.
    Sinónimos
    find fault with, fault, criticize, argue with/against, object to, be hostile to, censure, condemn, be against, be anti, oppose, be in opposition to, take exception to, attack, take issue with, find lacking, pick holes in, impugn, contradict, dispute, rebut, complain about, cavil at, carp at
    informal knock
    formal gainsay
    rare controvert
  • 1.2West Indian Complain or scold someone: he will quarrel like hell if he see black pods on the trees
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    • I'm sure everyone around me has heard me constantly quarrelling about wasting paper, about using the other side of paper of prints gone bad for scrap.
    • Now, men are always noted for quarrelling about not getting enough of the goodly stuff.
    • All truth be told, despite the fact that we may quarrel about the hardships about living here in Jamaica, I know that I could be far worse off.

Derivativos

quarreller

sustantivo
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  • But where Storm's failings and frustrations on the ice caused dressing room discontent when TC was in charge, Lipsey's crop of players are no quarrellers and now, five months into the season, that unity finally seems to be paying off.
  • The two quarrelers were given citations for disturbing the peace and fighting in public, according to Officer Maculae.
  • As the quarrelers began to settle, that lone voice began to break through.

Origen

Middle English (in the sense 'reason for disagreement with a person'): from Old French querele, from Latin querel(l)a 'complaint', from queri 'complain'.

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Palabra del día kerf
Pronunciación: kəːf
noun
a slit made by cutting with a saw

Hay 2 definiciones de quarrel en inglés:

quarrel2

Saltos de línea: quar|rel
Pronunciación: /ˈkwɒr(ə)l
 
/

sustantivo

historical
  • A short, heavy square-headed arrow or bolt used in a crossbow or arbalest.
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    • A few Elven archers fell, pierced by the poisoned crossbow quarrels (arrows).
    • A box of quarrels for the crossbow that hung from his saddle adorned his belt, and the usual broadsword rode in its scabbard on his left side.
    • I ducked as a crossbow quarrel clattered against stone near my head.

Origen

Middle English: from Old French, based on late Latin quadrus 'square'. Compare with quarry3.

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