Quarrel in spanish


pronunciation: peleɑ part of speech: noun, verb
In gestures

quarrel1 = disputa, pelea, riña. 

Example: The following account of a quarrel which took place in about 1540 between Thomas Platter and Balthasar Ruch comes from Platter's autobiography = El siguiente relato de la pelea que tuvo lugar alreadedor de 1540 entre Thomas Platter y Balthasar Ruch procede de la autobiografía del mismo Platter.


» have + no quarrel about + Nombre = no tener nada en contra de Algo.

Example: His library is using the subject heading 'CHILDREN'S LITERATURE, NONSEXIST' in two ways: one applied to material on the subject of nonsexist books -- about which I have no quarrel.

» have + no quarrel with = no tener nada en contra de.

Example: I have no quarrel with subject catalogues.

» it takes two to make a quarrel = dos no se pelean si uno no quiere, para pelearse hacen falta dos.

Example: It takes two to make a quarrel, family or otherwise, fathers or sons.

quarrel2 = pelearse, reñir, discutir. 

Example: But, firstly, the big German banks quarrelled among themselves over the division of the spoils.


» quarrel with = estar en desacuerdo, disputar.

Example: What we would quarrel with is not CAS's 'motives', but what CAS 'did'.

» quarrel with + notion = refutar una idea.

Example: He wasn't necessarily quarreling with the notion of three levels.
Quarrel synonyms:
row in spanish: , pronunciation: roʊ part of speech: noun dispute in spanish: , pronunciation: dɪspjut part of speech: noun words in spanish: , pronunciation: wɜrdz part of speech: noun wrangle in spanish: , pronunciation: ræŋgəl part of speech: noun, verb run-in in spanish: , pronunciation: rʌn part of speech: noun argufy in spanish: , pronunciation: ɑrgjufaɪ part of speech: verb dustup in spanish: , pronunciation: dʌstəp part of speech: noun altercate in spanish: , pronunciation: ɔltɜrkeɪt part of speech: verb
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