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quarrel noun

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

VERB + QUARREL pick 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

QUARREL + VERB break out, ensue

PREP. ~ 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.

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