Definition of fratch in English:

fratch

verb

[no object]British
dialect
  • Have a quarrel or disagreement.

    • ‘We've fratched, but I reckon I've had a queerish sort of liking for ye all along.’
    • ‘But let them fratch on.’
    • ‘I hope you haven't fratched already.’
    • ‘Mr. Godfrey and father can talk together for hours without fratching.’
    • ‘Joseph and his brethren got together fratching, and they put him in a pit.’
    argue, quarrel, squabble, bicker, have a fight, have a row, fight, fall out, disagree, fail to agree, differ, be at odds, have a misunderstanding, be at variance, have words, dispute, spar, wrangle, bandy words, cross swords, lock horns, be at each other's throats, be at loggerheads
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Origin

Early 18th century: probably imitative.

Pronunciation

fratch

/fratʃ/