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Urdu meanings of QUARREL with examples

QUARREL
Don't quarrel over petty things.
(Choti choti baton per mat Laro)
Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 QUARREL
Noun
جھگڑا ۔ لڑائی ۔ اَن بن ۔ نا اِتفاقی ۔ شکایت ۔ اعتراض
2 QUARREL
Noun
کھڑکی کامُربع ۔ معین شکل کا شیشہ ۔ لوزی شیشہ
3 QUARREL
Noun
جھگڑا ۔ مخاصمت ۔ لڑائی ۔
4 QUARREL

جھگڑا کرنا ۔
5 QUARREL

جھگڑا ۔

quarrel1

[kwawr-uh l, kwor-]

noun
1.
an angry dispute or altercation; a disagreement marked by a temporary or permanent break in friendly relations.
2.
a cause of dispute, complaint, or hostile feeling:
She has no quarrel with her present salary.
verb (used without object), quarreled, quarreling or (especially British) quarrelled, quarrelling.
3.
to disagree angrily; squabble; wrangle.
4.
to end a friendship as a result of a disagreement.
5.
to make a complaint; find fault.
Related forms
quarreler, noun
quarrelingly, adverb
unquarreling, adjective
unquarrelling, adjective

Synonyms

1. argument, contention, controversy, difference, fight. Quarrel, dissension refer to disagreement and conflict. Quarrel applies chiefly to a verbal disagreement between individuals or groups and is used with reference to a large variety of situations, from a slight and petty difference of opinion to a violent altercation: It was little more than a domestic quarrel. Their quarrel led to the barroom brawl. Dissension usually implies a profound disagreement and bitter conflict. It also applies chiefly to conflict within a group or to members of the same group: dissension within the union; dissension among the Democrats. 3. bicker, argue, brawl, fight. 
 

quarrel2

[kwawr-uh l, kwor-]
noun
1.
a square-headed bolt or arrow, formerly used with a crossbow.
2.
Also, quarry. a small, square or diamond-shaped pane of glass, as used in latticed windows.
3.
any of various tools with pyramidal heads.

Examples from the web for quarrel

  • The quarrel was splendidly acrimonious.
  • His quarrel is not with culture, only with our uses of it.
  • I've no quarrel with whatever your policies are.
  • Playing in the snow, two bunnies quarrel and then learn to share.
  • The quarrel over the ads overshadowed the event.
  • Our quarrel happened six years ago.
  • My only quarrel with your piece would be with your assertion that we have to somehow entirely separate science and religion.
  • The surprise is that it has prompted an unusually public quarrel.
  • At its heart, the quarrel is economic.
  • He told me that in his courses, graduate students quarrel over who can sit nearest him.

Word Origin and History for quarrel

n.
"angry dispute," mid-14c., originally "ground for complaint," from Old French querele "matter, concern, business; dispute, controversy" (Modern French querelle), from Latin querella "complaint, accusation; lamentation," from queri "to complain, lament." Replaced Old English sacan. Sense of "contention between persons" is from 1570s.
"square-headed bolt for a crossbow," mid-13c., from Old French quarel, carrel "bolt, arrow," from Vulgar Latin *quadrellus, diminutive of Late Latin quadrus (adj.) "square," related to quattuor "four" . Now-archaic sense of "square or diamond-shaped plane of glass" first recorded mid-15c.
v.
late 14c., "to raise an objection;" 1520s as "to contend violently, to fall out," from quarrel (n.1) and in part from Old French quereler (Modern French quereller). Related: Quarrelled; quarrelling.

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