flite

英 [flaɪt] 美
  • vi. 争吵,争论
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flite (v.)
"to scold," c. 1500, earlier "to content with words, chide, wrangle," from Old English flitan, cognate with Old High German flizzan "to strive." Related: Flited; fliting.