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quarrel
'kwɔːrəl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. An arrow that is shot from a crossbow; has a head with four edges.
  2. An angry dispute.
(动) As a verb
  1. Have a disagreement over something.
Hyphenationquar•rel
Part of Speech(名) noun, (动) verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
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吵架chǎojiàto quarrel; to have a row; quarrel
反目fǎnmùto quarrel; to fall out with somebody
怨言yuànyáncomplaint
争论zhēnglùnto argue; to debate; to contend; argument; contention; controversy; debate
挑剔tiāotipicky; fussy
nuánto quarrel
嘎啦gálato quarrel (Northeastern Mandarin)
干仗gànzhàngto quarrel (dialect)
拌嘴斗舌bànzuǐ dòu shéto quarrel
角口jiǎokǒuto quarrel
xìnquarrel; dispute; a blood sacrifice (archaic)
斗口齿dòu kǒuchǐto quarrel; to bicker; glib repartee
斗嘴dòuzuǐto quarrel; to bicker; glib repartee
jìngto quarrel; to wrangle
to quarrel; mean and petty
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