1. I
he is always quarrelling он всегда спорит; children sometimes quarrel дети иногда ссорятся; he is bent on quarrelling он обязательно хочет-поссориться
2. II
quarrel in some manner quarrel bitterly (jealously, etc.) ссориться с ожесточением и т.д.; quarrel heatedly (shamelessly, hatefully,. impertinently, vindictively, etc.) спорить горячо и т.д.
3. XVI
1) quarrel about /over/ smth. quarrel about trifles (about precedence, over a toy, etc.) спорить /ссориться/ по пустякам /из-за пустяков/ и т.д.; the two dogs are quarrelling over a bone собаки грызутся из-за кости; quarrel with smb. quarrel with each other (with one's best friend, with her brother about /over/ his report, etc.) (поссориться друг с другом и т.д.; he quarrelled with me about what ought to be done он поспорил со мной о том, что следовало сделать; she quarrelled with him for saying so она поссорилась с ним /упрекала его/ за то, что он это сказал; we quarrel openly with him мы открыто /публично/ порвали с ним || quarrel among oneselves перессориться между собой
2) quarrel with smth. quarrel with the way they distributed the money (with the way the house is built, with the extortions of the builder, etc.) быть недовольным тем, как они распределили деньги и т.д.; quarrel with one's lot /with fate, with Providence/ роптать /жаловаться/ на судьбу

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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