Translation of bicker in Spanish:


pelear, v.

Pronunciation /ˈbɪkər/ /ˈbɪkə/

See Spanish definition of pelear

intransitive verb

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    • They fight and bicker over nothing, over petty cultural differences.
    • Additionally, the two sides routinely bicker over the disputed islands, a supposedly oil-rich area.
    • ‘People expect us to do what we can to work together, at least most of the time,’ he added, indicating a bid to stop bickering between rival political factions on the authority.
    • He said: ‘There was bickering between the two companies.’
    • It is now a useless exercise to bicker over who is at fault, but the immediate task is to help rebuild damaged infrastructure and help affected residents recover from the floods.
    • Individual directors may disagree, bicker, dispute, squabble, fight or even disobey the chairman.
    • Two older men bicker over the rules of their game, in which they pit pet crickets against one another in battle.
    • It was sad that the Council had to bicker over who should pay for the work.
    • Put off by bickering between his father and uncle over the family business, Alan went his own way.
    • He rolled his eyes and turned on the radio effectively stopping any more bickering between us.
    • I've counseled both of them separately, but it hasn't seemed to have done much good, as the two of them continue to bicker over things that would normally be shrugged off.
    • But regardless of endless Government and opposition bickering on the matter - or maybe because of it - there is still a huge amount of public apathy on this referendum.
    • The eccentric singer says he has a wonderful relationship with his lover of 11 years, but they love bickering and even argue over who gets to sit where.
    • Think of those you love and don't spend what may be your last days bickering about petty things.
    • In what looks like an average onstage dissection of a relationship, a boyfriend and girlfriend who live together bicker and spar over trivialities.
    • We never got along with one another and were frequently bickering and arguing.
    • Brothers are meant to bicker, no matter how old they are.
    • Jerry was left staring at his parents, who continued to bicker and argue.
    • This year there isn't going to be any more squabbling, no more bickering, no more fighting..
    • ‘Enough of the petty bickering you two,’ the blonde woman said playfully.