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bicker about (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you two quit bickering about our plans for today? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though we're always bickering about something or other.
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bicker over (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you two quit bickering over our plans for today? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though we're always bickering over something or other.
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bicker with (someone)

To argue or squabble with someone. Would you quit bickering with your sister? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though I'm always bickering with her about something or other.
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bicker with (someone) about (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you quit bickering with your sister about our plans for the day? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though we're always bickering about something or other.
See also: bicker

bicker with (someone) over (something)

To argue or squabble with someone about something. Would you quit bickering with your sister over your plans for the day? I need five minutes of peace and quiet! I do really like Helen, even though I'm always bickering with her over something or other.
See also: bicker, over

bicker (with someone) (about someone or something)

 and bicker (with someone or something) (over someone or something)
to argue with someone about someone or something. Why are you always bickering with her about absolutely nothing? Please don't bicker with us over these small details.
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The newlyweds - who tied the knot in Mexico in September - bickered non-stop at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in New York this week.
In the first weeks of peace, our politicians bickered over the correct method of progress.
They bickered over talks: the venues, the chairmen and the agenda.
They bickered over bureaucracy and processes and each other's right to be involved in the first place.
They bickered so long and so hard they spoiled any slim chance we had of peace.