quarrel2 past tense and past participle quarrelled, present participle quarrellingBritish English, past tense and past participle quarreled, present participle quarrelingAmerican English [intransitive]
to disagree with something or complain about something:
Nobody could quarrel with the report's conclusions.
WORD FOCUS: argue WORD FOCUS: argue synonyms:fight, quarrel, have a rowBritish English to argue about unimportant things:squabble, bicker, quibble to stop arguing:bury the hatchet, settle your differences, make your peace with somebody, make it up (used about friends or lovers) ➔ See alsoargue
Definition from the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Advanced Learner's Dictionary.