[ frach-ing ]
/ ˈfrætʃ ɪŋ /
noun British Dialect.
a quarrel; disagreement; argument.
Definition for fratching (2 of 2)
[ frach ]
/ frætʃ /
verb (used with object)
to disagree; quarrel.
a quarrel; argument; dispute.
Origin of fratch
1400–50; late Middle English fracchen to creak, of uncertain origin
Related formsfratch·er, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for fratching
/ (frætʃ) /
English dialect a quarrel
Derived Formsfratchy, adjective
Word Origin for fratch
C19: from obsolete fratch to make a harsh noise; perhaps of imitative origin
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