quarrel over


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quarrel (with one) over (something)

To fight, argue, or dispute (with one) about some specific issue or topic. I don't want to quarrel over money—let's just enjoy our vacation and worry about finances when we're back home. I ended up quarreling with my teacher over the grade she gave me for my project.
See also: over, quarrel

quarrel over

v.
To have an argument or dispute about something: The siblings quarreled over their inheritance.
See also: over, quarrel
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BEIRUT: The main suspect in a quarrel over a women that led to the killing of three men and the suicide of a fourth was arrested in the Akkar village of Halba, the National News Agency reported Sunday evening.
After a quarrel over the issue, he attacked his brother and sister with knife leaving Ghulam Muhammad, Aslam's brother, dead and Kishwar, his sister, in critical condition.
Judge Frank Chapman told him: "This was a very silly quarrel, a quarrel over whose tape was to be used for recording a TV programme.
The other woman moved out, but Rogers and Toronczak continued to quarrel over the situation, a neighbor said.