English - Vietnamese Dictionary
wrangles|wrangled|wrangling'ræŋglAdvanced English Dictionary
+an angry dispute
+an instance of intense argument (as in bargaining)
+to quarrel noisily, angrily or disruptively
+herd and care for
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
~ (with sb)(over sth)
~ (between A and B) an argument that is complicated and continues over a long period of time: a legal wrangle between the company and their suppliers + He is currently locked in a bitter wrangle with his wife over custody of the children.
wrangling noun [U, C]
+ verb [V] ~ (with sb) (over / about sth) to argue angrily and usually for a long time about sth: They're still wrangling over the financial details.
bitter | complex | legal
VERB + WRANGLE
be involved in, get into, have
WRANGLE + VERB
ensue | continue, go on
The legal wrangle continues.
in a/the ~
The two countries fell out in a bitter wrangle over imports.
| ~ between
The wrangle between the school and the local council has gone on for two years.
| ~ over, ~ with
I don't want to get into a wrangle with the committee.
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