(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

(In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful)

Urdu meanings of bicker with examples, origin and history

Bicker
Don't bicker with me
Mujh se tu-tu mein-mein na karo


Sr.English WordsUrdu Words
1 BICKER

معمولی معمولی باتوں میں الجھنا ۔
2 BICKER

فضول چیزوں کے بارے میں بحث کرنا ۔
3 BICKER

فضول چیزوں کے بارے میں ۔
4 BICKER

فضول چیزوں کے بارے میں بحث کرنا ۔
5 BICKER
Noun
لَڑائی جھَگڑا ۔ گالی گَلوچ کَرنا ۔

bicker1

[bik-er]
verb (used without object)
1.
to engage in petulant or peevish argument; wrangle:
The two were always bickering.
2.
to run rapidly; move quickly; rush; hurry:
a stream bickering down the valley.
3.
to flicker; glitter:
The sun bickered through the trees.
noun
4.
an angry, petty dispute or quarrel; contention.
Related forms
bickerer, noun
unbickered, adjective
unbickering, adjective

Synonyms

1. disagree, squabble, argue, quarrel, haggle, dispute, spar, spat.

bicker2

[bik-er]
noun, Scot.
1.
any wooden dish or bowl, especially a wooden porridge bowl.
2.
Obsolete. a wooden drinking cup.
Origin
1300-50; Middle English biker beaker

Examples from the web for bicker

  • It allows them to bicker about abstracts without actually doing anything.
  • He warns that they'll bicker and possibly even brawl.
  • Nor did they bicker or fall silent at moments of disagreement.
  • In the early days of their ordeal, they bicker and mourn, but solitude and need draw them together.
  • Good night nurse you think that with all her fame and fortune she could find something better to bicker about.
  • As its political leaders bicker, investors are having nightmares about its defaulting on its sovereign debt.
  • But turmoil at the top will eventually trickle down, and three years is a long time for a board to bicker, especially so publicly.
  • Yet their tendency to bicker among themselves keeps letting others grab the toys.
  • Over the next year politicians will continue to bicker about whether the law will push spending up or push it down.
  • Any coalition could bicker, procrastinate and eventually dissolve.

bicker

/ˈbɪkə/
verb (intransitive)
1.
to argue over petty matters; squabble
2.
(poetic)
  1. (esp of a stream) to run quickly
  2. to flicker; glitter
noun
3.
a petty squabble
Derived Forms
bickerer, nounbickering, noun, adjective

Word Origin and History for bicker

v.
early 14c., bikere, "to skirmish, fight," perhaps from Middle Dutch bicken "to slash, stab, attack," + -er, Middle English frequentative suffix. Meaning "to quarrel" is from mid-15c. Related: Bickered; bickering.
n.
c.1300, skirmish, battle; from the same source as bicker (v.). In modern use, often to describe the sound of a flight of an arrow or other repeated, loud, rapid sounds, in which sense it is perhaps at least partly echoic.

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