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tiff = petty quarrel.
A discussion, often heated, in which a difference of opinion is expressed: altercation, argument, bicker, clash, contention, controversy, debate, difficulty, disagreement, dispute, fight, polemic, quarrel, run-in, spat, squabble, word (used in plural), wrangle. Informal hassle, rhubarb, tangle. See conflict/cooperation.
n. - Krach, Streit, schlechte Laune
v. - streiten, schmollen
a slight argument between friends or people who are in love
Dave's had a tiff with his girlfriend.
tiff = a quarrel about petty points
A pint on the table, a lovers tiff , a night out with the lads, a bittersweet marriage.
It is, however, pro-Scottish and when the Labour Party has a tiff with its Unionist bed-fellows in the Tory Party it should not expect the SNP's
As Shaunagh continued to insist "it was just a tiff ", he refused to contemplate a reconciliation.
He bought that because he once had a tiff with a BBC car park attendant who wouldn't let him in.