chamailler

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chamailler

  1. (reflexive) to bicker, to squabble, to quarrel, especially over something of little value
    Depuis trente ans qu'ils étaient mariés, ils se chamaillaient tous les jours. (Guy de Maupassant , Toine , in: Les Contes normands )
    For the thirty years they've been married, they've bickered every day.

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