Translation for 'to quarrel' from English to Bulgarian
VERB   to quarrel | quarrelled [Br.] / quarreled [Am.] | quarrelled [Br.] / quarreled [Am.]
quarrelling [Br.] / quarreling [Am.] | quarrels
SYNO dustup | quarrel | row | ...
to quarrel {verb}карам се
quarrel {noun}кавга {ж}
quarrel {noun}караница {ж}
quarrel {noun}скарване {ср}
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Usage Examples English
  • could hang no one, and in which he would need to quarrel with no one".
  • Zürich urged its continuation and the "Burgrecht" cities began to quarrel among themselves.
  • Brothers Max Fleischer and Dave Fleischer of Fleischer Studios, who produced the Paramount Superman cartoons began to quarrel with one another and their studio suffered financial disaster.
  • Scheduling disparities have caused for the associations to quarrel since day one.
  • Though they are known to quarrel often, they are always able to reconcile soon after an argument and prove to the other that they care about them.

  • Mamata and Brihaspati started to quarrel over the guardianship of the child.
  • Having won, the brothers then began to quarrel among themselves.
  • Having won, the brothers then began to quarrel among themselves.
  • Marek's inclination to quarrel contrasted with his friends' positive opinions of him.
  • The feud was quickly dropped and the Rednecks were given other face groups to quarrel with instead.

  • Immediately, people started to quarrel about which of the princes was the most noble, and so they asked king Höfund of Glæsisvellir.
  • Towards the end of the 16th century the Grants began to quarrel with their old allies the Gordons, over religion.
  • Julie eggs on her longtime admirer, skilled duellist Buck Cantrell, to quarrel with Pres, but the scheme goes awry.
  • His younger brothers Albert III and Leopold III, who were to rule jointly under the "Rudolfinische Hausordnung" (Rudolfinian House Rules), began to quarrel ceaselessly and ultimately agreed to divide the Habsburg territories between them according to the 1379 Treaty of Neuberg.
  • However, they started to quarrel for domination of the whole empire.

  • A disagreement over Eucharistic theology soon caused Villegagnon and the Calvinists to quarrel.
  • His brusque, outspoken manner and willingness to quarrel openly with superiors caused a professional rivalry with Grant (as well as with Secretary of War Edwin M. ...
  • 3. " [...] " "to fight" → " [...] " "to quarrel (foolishly, or without giving it second thought)".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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