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Phrasal Verbs

quarrel with

This page is about the phrasal verb quarrel with

Meaning: to disagree about something, or to believe something is untrue or incorrect

Synonym: argue with, disagree with

For example:

  • quarrel with sth Not many scientists quarrel with the idea of global warming these days.

  • quarrel with sb I really don't think anyone can quarrel with me on that point.

Quick Quiz:

Not many people quarrel with the aims of the Red Cross. Most people

a. support them

b. oppose them

c. criticise them

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