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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
quarrel /'kwɔrəl/
  • danh từ
    • sự câi nhau; sự gây chuyện, sự sinh sự; mối tranh chấp
      • to pick (seek) a quarrel with somebody: gây chuyện cãi nhau với ai
    • mối bất hoà
    • cớ để phàn nàn, cớ để rầy rà
      • to have no quarrel against (with) somebody: không có gì đáng phàn nàn về ai
    • to espouse somebody's quarrel
      • to fight somebody's quarrel for him
        • đứng ra bênh vực người nào
      • to fasten quarrel upon somwbody
        • (xem) fasten
      • to fight in a good quarrel
        • đấu tranh cho lẽ phải, đấu tranh cho chính nghĩa
      • to find quarrel in a straw
        • hay bẻ hoẹ, hay bới bèo ra bọ
      • to make up a quarrel
        • giải hoà, hoà giải một mối bất hoà
    • nội động từ
      • cãi nhau
        • to quarrel with somebody about (for) something: câi nhau với ai về vấn đề gì
      • bất hoà, giận nhau
      • (+ with) đỗ lỗi, chê, phàn nàn
      • a bad workman quarrel with his tools
        • (tục ngữ) vụng múa chê đất lệch
      • to quarrel with one's brerad and butter
        • bỏ nghề đã nuôi sống mình; đi ngược lại với quyền lợi của chính mình
Concise Dictionary
quarrelled|quarrelling|quarrels|quarreled|quarreling'kwɑrəl ,'kwɔ- /'kwɒ-
+an angry dispute
+an arrow that is shot from a crossbow; has a head with four edges
+have a disagreement over something
Thesaurus Dictionary
1 dispute, argument, disagreement, debate, controversy, discord, difference (of opinion), contention, misunderstanding; wrangle, tiff, row, squabble, altercation, set-to, scuffle, feud, fight, fray, fracas, brawl, Donnybrook, mêlée or melee, riot, battle (royal), Colloq dust-up, barney, scrap, US spat:
I have no quarrel with my accountant - it's the tax man that's the problem. A quarrel broke out over whose turn it was to wash the dishes.
2 argue, disagree, dispute, altercate, have an altercation, differ, wrangle, be at odds or loggerheads, clash, squabble, feud, fight, brawl, battle, Colloq fall out, scrap:
When we were children, my sister and I quarrelled all the time, but we still loved each other.
Advanced English Dictionary
noun, verb
+ noun
1 [C] ~ (with sb / between A and B) (about / over sth) an angry argument or disagreement between people, often about a personal matter: a family quarrel + He did not mention the quarrel with his wife. + They had a quarrel about money. + Were you at any time aware of a quarrel between the two of them?
2 [U] ~ (with sb/sth) (especially in negative sentences) a reason for complaining about sb/sth or for disagreeing with sb/sth: We have no quarrel with his methods.
Idioms see PICK v.
+ verb (-ll-, AmE -l-) [V] ~ (with sb) (about / over sth) to have an angry argument or disagreement: My sister and I used to quarrel all the time. + She quarrelled with her brother over their father's will.
Phrasal Verbs: quarrel with sb/sth to disagree with sb/sth: Nobody could quarrel with your conclusions.
Collocation Dictionary


bitter, fierce, serious, violent | family, internal, lovers', private | long-standing, old


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


break out, ensue


~ 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.


have no quarrel with sb/sth
We have no quarrel with their plans, in fact we support them.



bitterly, fiercely, violently


about, over
What did you two quarrel about?
| with
He wished he hadn't quarrelled with Tania.

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