falling-out

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fall·ing-out

(fô′lĭng-out′)
n. pl. fall·ings-out or fall·ing-outs
A disagreement; a quarrel: a falling-out among family members.
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falling-out

n
informal a quarrel
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fall′ing-out′



n., pl. fall•ings-out, fall•ing-outs.
a quarrel or estrangement between persons formerly in close association.
[1560–70]
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Translations

falling-out

[ˈfɔːlɪŋˈaʊt] N (= quarrel) → altercado m, pelea f
to have a falling-outpelear
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