Translation for 'quarrel' from English to Greek
NOUN   a quarrel | quarrels
VERB   to quarrel | quarrelled [Br.] / quarreled [Am.] | quarrelled [Br.] / quarreled [Am.]
quarrelling [Br.] / quarreling [Am.] | quarrels
SYNO dustup | quarrel | row | ...
to quarrelδιαπληκτίζομαι
to quarrelκαβγαδίζω [κοιν.]
to quarrelτσακώνομαι [κοιν.]
quarrel {noun}καβγάς {ο}
quarrel {noun}καυγάς {ο}
quarrel {noun}διένεξη {η}
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Usage Examples English
  • After the death of his father in 1570 - 1571, Semyon began a quarrel with his brothers.
  • Investigators have ruled out that the murder was ordered and claim that the incident was a result of a spontaneous quarrel between the suspects and the victim.
  • She and Oberon are engaged in a marital quarrel over which of them should have the keeping of an Indian changeling boy.
  • Morris suggested that Bertie and Sir Roderick had an undisclosed quarrel sometime after "Thank You, Jeeves" and before "Jeeves in the Offing", implying that "Jeeves and the Greasy Bird" occurs before this quarrel.
  • The war of the Seven against Thebes resulted from a quarrel between the brothers Polynices and Eteocles over the kingship of Thebes.

  • He also brought the Ancients and Moderns quarrel into English with his "Reflections on Ancient and Modern Learning".
  • After a quarrel with his policeman father which resulted in a broken windowpane, Moluti finds himself more and more estranged from his father.
  • They quarrel with each other, then in the quarrel Santhosh gets dehydrated.
  • The annual cricket match between Richmond College and Mahinda College is known as "the lovers' quarrel".
  • Drumtroddan is a Gaelic name meaning 'ridge of the quarrel' from Gaelic "druim" 'ridge' and "trodan" 'quarrel, contention'.

  • Dawson provided more information about the finale using Instagram's live streaming feature, expressing concern about the footage containing reactions to Charles' quarrel and doubt he would be able to include the footage in the finale.
  • The quarrel had reached the Railway Board regarding the name of the station.
  • Fergola was one of the protagonists of an ideological quarrel among the Neapolitan scientists at the end of 18th and the first half of the 19th century.
  • A bolt or quarrel is a dart-like projectile used by crossbows.
  • Nine months later he was killed in a duel following a drunken quarrel with a close friend, the dramatist Thomas Porter.

  • He was Praetorian prefect of Gaul in 440, when Pope Leo I was called on to mediate a quarrel between him and the "magister militum" Aetius.
  • W. B. Yeats, the famous Anglo-Irish poet , is reported to have said that if you quarrel with the world, you do politics, but if you quarrel with yourself, you write poetry.
  • SCAPIN: Yes; we had a trifling quarrel.
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