fight 是什么意思

fight的中文意思是: 战斗

fight例句大全

  1. If you fight me, I'll fight back!'

    如果你打我,我也会反击你的。

  2. never start a fight, always finish the fight.

    永不做打斗的发起者,永远做打斗的结束者。

  3. To fight church and state is to fight goliath.

    对抗教堂和州府等于对抗葛莱斯巨人。

  4. We shall fight him land , shall fight him by sea , we shall fight him in the air.

    我们要在陆地上打击他,我们要在海上抗击他,我们要在空中袭击他。

  5. For when we fight money laundering, we fight organized crime.

    我们反对发行假币,我们反对组织犯罪。

  6. But if circumstances force us to fight, we can fight to the finish.

    但是如果形势迫使我们不得不打的话,我们是能够一直打到底的。

  7. Being harsh and judgmental when angry can trigger a fight or fight response.

    过于严厉和主观,会让愤怒引发一场战斗或战斗反应。

  8. Primal fight for food

    原始的食物争夺

  9. Fight fire with fire.

    以火力对火力。

  10. But as the fight staggers into interminable rounds is our eye on the right fight?

    但是当争斗变得没完没了时,我们看到的还是一场正义的竞赛吗?

  11. Fight poverty, oppression, ignorance.

    与贫困、压迫、愚昧现象作斗争。

  12. Don't fight with your brother.

    别和你弟弟打架。

  13. The fight against racial discrimination.

    反对种族歧视的斗争。

  14. What spurred you to fight?

    什么激励你去奋斗?

  15. We must fight for peace.

    我们要为和平而斗争。

  16. Fight Viruses with Elderberry Extract

    服用接骨木提取物抗病毒

  17. They'll continue to fight injustice

    他们将继续与不公平现象作斗争。

  18. The referee stopped the fight.

    裁判叫停了比赛。

  19. When they fight, donkeys away.

    当打架时,驴子逃跑了。

  20. I'll fight against the thief.

    我将和小偷决斗。

  21. Don't fight with sister Theresa !

    别跟泰瑞莎修女吵架!

  22. "I think he could fight Vitali again and that might be Lennox's last fight,"Steward said.

    斯图尔特说:“我认为他可以再次与维塔利交锋,这可能是伦诺克斯最后一次交锋。

  23. I haven't quit the fight.

    我没有停止战斗。

  24. Somebody fought a valiant fight ;

    有人曾英勇地进行战斗;

  25. You fight for your kingship.

    你在为你的王位而战。

  26. They'll fight side by side.

    他们将并肩作战。

  27. They fight for animal rights.

    他们为动物权利而斗争。

  28. I'll never fight Joe louis.

    我永远不能和乔路易士对打。

  29. capacity from the tireless fight.

    能力来自孜孜不倦地奋斗。

  30. Atta: We don't fight grasshoppers.

    我们不可能与蚱蜢作战的。

  31. Now, we fight with guns.

    现在,我们用枪打仗。

  32. will it start a fight?

    这会引发争吵吗?

  33. We'll fight kidnappers with kidnappings.

    我们坚决与绑架者做斗争。

  34. "It is a hard and long fight and we will fight to the end,"Jia said.

    贾庆林说:“这是一场艰苦而漫长的战斗,我们将战斗到底。”。

  35. One learns to fight hard but fight fair, to win with out pride and to lose with grace.

    一个人能学会奋力拼搏,公平竞争,胜不骄,败不馁。

  36. We fight each other every day.

    我们每天彼此争斗。

  37. Mostly, they fight about paying bills.

    通常他们是为谁来支付账单而争吵。

  38. I fight with him against her.

    我和他并肩对付她。

  39. They will fight with weapons.

    听见了吗?要用武器打了。

  40. I wouldn't fight with my legs.

    我不会和我的脚打架的。

fight中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
与…作斗争;坚决反对
If you fight something unpleasant, you try in a determined way to prevent it or stop it happening.
  1. Mother Teresa is an elderly nun who has devoted her life to fighting poverty...

    德肋撒嬷嬷是一位毕生致力于消除贫困事业的年迈修女。

  2. More units to fight forest fires are planned...

    计划设立更多单位防控森林火灾。

  3. I've spent a lifetime fighting against racism and prejudice.

    我一辈子都在同种族主义和偏见作斗争。

2
(为…而)斗争;努力争取
If you fight for something, you try in a determined way to get it or achieve it.
  1. Our Government should be fighting for an end to food subsidies...

    我们政府应该努力废止食物补贴。

  2. Lee had to fight hard for his place on the expedition...

    李不得不为在考察队中获得一席之地而苦苦争取。

  3. I told him how we had fought to hold on to the company...

    我给他讲了我们是如何极力争取保住公司的。

  4. The team has fought its way to the cup final.

    这支队伍一路拼杀闯进了杯赛的决赛。

3
进行(战斗、对抗等);打(仗)
If an army or group fights a battle with another army or group, they oppose each other with weapons. You can also say that two armies or groups fight a battle.
  1. The two men fought a battle over land and water rights...

    这两个男人为土地和水的使用权发生了争斗。

  2. In the latest incident at the weekend police fought a gun battle with a gang which used hand grenades against them...

    在周末发生的最近一起暴力事件中,警方与向他们投掷手榴弹的一伙匪徒展开了枪战。

  3. The Sioux had always fought other tribes for territorial rights.

    苏人总是为领地权与其他部落作战。

4
参战;作战;打仗
If a person or army fights in a battle or a war, they take part in it.
  1. He fought in the war and was taken prisoner by the Americans...

    他参了战,后被美国人俘虏。

  2. If I were a young man I would sooner go to prison than fight for this country...

    如果我是个年轻人,我宁愿进监狱也不愿为这个国家打仗。

  3. My father did leave his university to fight the Germans...

    我父亲确实离开了大学去和德国人打仗了。

  4. Last month rebels fought their way into the capital.

    上个月,叛乱分子一路攻进了首都。

5
(和…)打架;(同…)打斗;(与…)搏斗
If one person fights with another, or fights them, the two people hit or kick each other because they want to hurt each other. You can also say that two people fight .
  1. As a child she fought with her younger sister...

    她小时候会和妹妹打架。

  2. I did fight him, I punched him but it was like hitting a wall...

    我确实和他打了起来,我挥拳向他猛击,但就像打在墙上一样。

  3. He wrenched the crutch from Jacob, who didn't fight him for it...

    他猛地抢走了雅各布的拐杖,而雅各布并没有反抗。

  4. I refuse to act that way when my kids fight...

    我的孩子们打起架来时,我不会那样做。

  5. You get a lot of unruly drunks fighting each other.

    有很多无法无天的醉鬼在相互斗殴。

6
(和…)争吵;(同…)吵架;(与…)争论
If one person fights with another, or fights them, they have an angry disagreement or quarrel. You can also say that two people fight .
  1. She was always arguing with him and fighting with him...

    她总是跟他争辩吵嘴。

  2. Gwendolen started fighting her teachers...

    格温德琳开始同老师争执起来。

  3. Mostly, they fight about paying bills.

    通常他们是为谁来支付账单而争吵。

7
努力辟出(一条路)
If you fight your way to a place, you move towards it with great difficulty, for example because there are a lot of people or obstacles in your way.
  1. I fought my way into a carriage just before the doors closed...

    我刚挤进车厢,车门就关上了。

  2. Peter fought his way through a blizzard to save one of the chickens.

    彼得为了救其中一只鸡在暴风雪中艰难前行。

8
(一场)拳击赛
A fight is a boxing match.
  1. This was Hyer's last fight, for no one else challenged him...

    这是海尔的最后一场比赛,因为再没有人向他发起挑战。

  2. The referee stopped the fight.

    裁判叫停了比赛。

9
参加拳击赛
To fight means to take part in a boxing match.
  1. In a few hours' time one of the world's most famous boxers will be fighting in Britain for the first time...

    几个小时后,世界最著名的拳击手之一将开始其在英国的首场比赛。

  2. I'd like to fight him because he's undefeated and I want to be the first man to beat him...

    我想和他对阵,因为他从没有输过,而我想成为打败他的第一人。

  3. I'd like to fight him for the title.

    我想和他进行一场拳击比赛,争夺这一头衔。

10
参加(竞选以期获胜)
If you fight an election, you are a candidate in the election and try to win it.
  1. The former party treasurer helped raise almost 40 million to fight the election campaign.

    该党的前任财政部长帮助筹集了近 4,000 万英镑用于竞选。

11
竞赛;比赛
You can use fight to refer to a contest such as an election or a sports match.
  1. ...the fight for power between the two parties.

    两党间的权力之争

12
进行(诉讼、辩护等);打(官司)
If you fight a case or a court action, you make a legal case against someone in a very determined way, or you put forward a defence when a legal case is made against you.
  1. Watkins sued the Army and fought his case in various courts for 10 years...

    沃特金斯将军队诉至法院,并在各级法庭打了 10 年的官司。

  2. The newspaper is fighting a damages action brought by the actress.

    这家报纸正和提起损害赔偿诉讼的女演员对簿公堂。

13
斗志;战斗力
Fight is the desire or ability to keep fighting.
  1. I thought that we had a lot of fight in us.

    我觉得我们斗志高昂。

14
努力克制,竭力抑制(感情或欲望)
If you fight an emotion or desire, you try very hard not to feel it, show it, or act on it, but do not always succeed.
  1. I desperately fought the urge to giggle...

    我拼命地想忍住笑。

  2. He fought with the urge to smoke one of the cigars he'd given up awhile ago...

    他努力克制自己的烟瘾,不去抽一支戒掉没多久的雪茄。

  3. He fought to be patient with her.

    他竭力耐住性子对她。

15
呼吸困难;吸气费力
If you fight for breath, you try to breathe but find it very difficult.
16
经过努力才能成功的机会;需要极大好运的机会
If you have a fighting chance of doing or achieving something, it is possible that you will do or achieve it, but only if you make a great effort or are very lucky.
  1. When they didn't shoot at me right away, I figured I had a fighting chance.

    当他们没有立即向我开枪时,我估摸自己还有一线生机。

17
非常健康;极为强健
If you describe someone as fighting fit, you are emphasizing that they are very fit or healthy.
  1. After a good night's sleep I feel fighting fit again.

    昨夜睡得很香,我又觉得自己精力充沛了。

18
与死神殊死搏斗;奋力求生
Someone who is fighting for their life is making a great effort to stay alive, either when they are being physically attacked or when they are very ill.
  1. He is still fighting for his life in hospital.

    他仍在医院与死神搏斗。

19
奋力抵抗;反击;还击
If you fight back against someone or something that is attacking or harming you, you resist them actively or attack them.
  1. The teenage attackers fled when the two men fought back...

    当那两名男子还击时,袭击他们的少年逃之夭夭。

  2. We should take some comfort from the ability of the judicial system to fight back against corruption.

    司法制度有能力惩治腐败,这应使我们感到些许欣慰。

20
强忍住,抑制住(感情或欲望)
If you fight back an emotion or a desire, you try very hard not to feel it, show it, or act on it.
  1. She fought back the tears.

    她强忍住眼泪。

21
强忍住,抑制住(感情或欲望)
If you fight down an emotion or a desire, you try very hard not to feel it, show it, or act on it.
  1. Meg fought down the desire to run...

    梅格极力忍住不跑。

  2. He looked at the telephone, fighting down first the despair and then the anger.

    他看着电话,把绝望和愤怒一一压下。

22
抵抗,战胜(疾病);摆脱(不快)
If you fight off something, for example an illness or an unpleasant feeling, you succeed in getting rid of it and in not letting it overcome you.
  1. Unfortunately these drugs are quite toxic and hinder the body's ability to fight off infection...

    可惜的是,这些药物毒性很大,会削弱身体对感染的抵抗力。

  2. All day she had fought off the impulse to telephone Harry.

    她一整天都在克制自己想给哈里打电话的冲动。

23
击退;打退
If you fight off someone who has attacked you, you fight with them, and succeed in making them go away or stop attacking you.
  1. The woman fought off the attacker.

    这名女子打跑了袭击她的人。

24
在…上一争高下;通过比出胜负解决
If two people or groups fight something out, they fight or argue until one of them wins.
  1. Instead of retaliating, he walks away leaving his team-mates to fight it out...

    他没有以牙还牙,而是径直走开,让队友去争出个结果。

  2. Malcolm continued to fight it out with Julien from his self-imposed exile in Paris.

    马尔科姆自我放逐到了巴黎,但他继续要和朱利恩斗到底。

fight用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
战争;战斗
in war/battle
2
打仗;战斗;作战
to take part in a war or battle against an enemy
3
受过作战训练的士兵
soldiers trained to fight
4
他在越南打过仗。
He fought in Vietnam.
5
我的祖父曾经在西班牙与法西斯分子作战。
My grandfather fought against the Fascists in Spain.
6
打仗;作战
to fight a war/battle
7
他们召集士兵对抗入侵的军队。
They gathered soldiers to fight the invading army.
8
搏斗;打击
struggle/hit
9
搏斗;打斗;打架
to struggle physically with sb
10
我的小弟弟们总在打架。
My little brothers are always fighting.
11
她为了保护孩子,可以凶得像只老虎。
She'll fight like a tiger to protect her children.
12
竞赛
in contest
13
参加(竞赛);竞争
to take part in a contest against sb
14
参加竞选 / 争取权益的运动
to fight an election/a campaign
15
她正努力争取加入国家队。
She's fighting for a place in the national team.
16
反对
oppose
17
极力反对;与…作斗争
to try hard to stop, deal with or oppose sth bad
18
与种族主义、腐败、贫困等作斗争
to fight racism/corruption/poverty, etc.
19
工人在极力反对关闭工厂的决定。
Workers are fighting the decision to close the factory.
20
消防队员扑灭那场大火困难重重。
The fire crews had problems fighting the blaze.
21
我们要一直斗争到底。
We will fight for as long as it takes.
22
争取
try to get/do sth
23
努力争取;为…而斗争
to try very hard to get sth or to achieve sth
24
他还在力争事故后的赔偿。
He's still fighting for compensation after the accident.
25
她努力奋斗,逐渐登上公司的高位。
She gradually fought her way to the top of the company.
26
医生抢救了六个多小时,以求保住他的生命。
Doctors fought for more than six hours to save his life.
27
争辩
argue
28
争辩
to have an argument with sb about sth
29
这是一桩小事,不值得为之争辩。
It's a trivial matter and not worth fighting about.
30
拳击
in boxing
31
参加(拳击比赛)
to take part in a boxing match
32
医生认为他可能再也不能重返拳坛了。
Doctors fear he may never fight again.
33
法律
law
34
(为…)和某人打官司
to try to get what you want in court
35
他和妻子打官司争取孩子的监护权。
He fought his wife for custody of the children.
36
我决意要打这场官司。
I'm determined to fight the case.
37
昨夜这座城市有三个区发生了战斗。
Fighting broke out in three districts of the city last night.
38
巷战的爆发
outbreaks of street fighting
39
维护地位(或立场等)
to defend your/sb's position against other people
40
以眼还眼,以牙还牙
to use similar methods in a fight or an argument to those your opponent is using
41
(尤指严重伤病时)与死亡作斗争
to make a great effort to stay alive, especially when you are badly injured or seriously ill
42
要努力奋斗才有的一线成功机会
a small chance of being successful if a great effort is made
43
十分健壮;彪悍
extremely fit or healthy
44
斗志;战斗精神
a feeling that you are ready to fight very hard for sth or to try sth difficult
45
战斗性的言论
comments or remarks that show that you are ready to fight very hard for sth
46
我们要求资方的是发表战斗宣言。
What we want from the management is fighting talk.
47
打一场无望取胜的仗;虽必败无疑犹作奋斗
to try to do sth that you will probably never succeed in doing
48
不愿接受(或做)某事;回避;躲避
to be unwilling to accept sth or do sth, and to try to avoid it
49
一届接一届政府均不愿采取这些措施。
Successive governments have fought shy of such measures.
50
打到有一方倒下;一决雌雄
to fight until one of the two people or groups is dead, or until one person or group defeats the other
51
坚决斗争;全力以赴地斗争
to fight in a very determined way for what you want
52
居民为制止新的建房开发计划正在全力以赴进行斗争。
The residents are fighting tooth and nail to stop the new development.
53
独力战胜;独自奋斗成功
to be able to win an argument or get what you want without anyone's help
54
我不想参与——他已经长大,能独自应付了。
I wouldn't get involved─he's old enough to fight his own battles.
55
(虽已失败或经历很糟但仍要)改日再战,卷土重来
used to say that although you have failed or had a bad experience, you will continue
56
奋力抵抗;还击
to resist strongly or attack sb who has attacked you
57
别让他们欺侮你。要还击!
Don't let them bully you. Fight back!
58
现在是打击街头犯罪行为的时候了。
It is time to fight back against street crime.
59
忍住,抑制住(尤指情感)
to try hard not to do or show sth, especially not to show your feelings
60
我强忍住眼泪。
I was fighting back the tears.
61
他强忍住心里的厌恶。
He fought down his disgust.
62
抵抗;击退
to resist sb/sth by fighting against them/it
63
珠宝商在试图抵抗强盗时被刺伤了。
The jeweller was stabbed as he tried to fight the robbers off.
64
以斗争方式解决;辩论出结果
to fight or argue until an argument has been settled
65
仍在通过战斗解决这次冲突。
The conflict is still being fought out.
66
他们还没有达成协议,所以我们让他们争出个结果。
They hadn't reached any agreement so we left them to fight it out.
67
搏斗
struggle
68
搏斗;打斗;打架
a struggle against sb/sth using physical force
69
他在酒吧里和一个男人斗殴。
He got into a fight with a man in the bar.
70
街头 / 帮派打斗
a street/gang fight
71
比赛双方球迷打了起来。
A fight broke out between rival groups of fans.
72
一场世界冠军争夺战
a world title fight (= fighting as a sport)
73
争取
trying to get/do sth
74
斗争
the work of trying to destroy, prevent or achieve sth
75
打击罪行
the fight against crime
76
为生存而奋斗
a fight for survival
77
竞赛
competition
78
(尤指体育运动)比赛,竞赛
a competition or an act of competing, especially in a sport
79
这个队打得不错,但最后还是输了。
The team put up a good fight (= they played well) but were finally beaten.
80
现在她得表现突出才能进入下一轮比赛。
She now has a fight on her hands (= will have to play very well) to make it through to the next round.
81
争论
argument
82
争论;争吵
an argument about sth
83
你和他争辩了?
Did you have a fight with him?
84
我们为钱吵了一架。
We had a fight over money.
85
战斗;战争
battle/war
86
战斗(尤指为夺取某一地方或位置)
a battle, especially for a particular place or position
87
在争夺伦贝格的战斗中,奥地利人战败了。
In the fight for Lemburg, the Austrians were defeated.
88
斗志
desire to fight
89
斗志;战斗力
the desire or ability to keep fighting for sth
90
他们尽管多次失败,但仍然斗志昂扬。
In spite of many defeats, they still had plenty of fight left in them.
91
(体育比赛、选举等的)直到最后才能决出胜负的斗争
a sports competition, election, etc. between sides that are so equal in ability that they continue fighting very hard until the end
92
按捺不住想打架
to want to fight with sb very much
93
以上各词均指为达到某目的或为阻止某事而作出的努力。
These are all words for an effort made to achieve or prevent sth.
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指为社会、商业或政治目的而进行的一系列有计划的活动或运动:
a series of planned activities that are intended to achieve a particular social, commercial or political aim
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要求议会改革的运动
the campaign for parliamentary reform
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广告宣传活动
an advertising campaign
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指个人或集体为赢得权力或控制权而进行的较量、争论或斗争:
a competition or argument between people or groups of people trying to win power or control
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她终于赢得了这场要求赔偿的法律斗争。
She finally won the legal battle for compensation.
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人与大自然永无休止的斗争
the endless battle between man and nature
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指个人或集体为赢得权力或控制权而进行的较量、争论或斗争:
a competition or argument between people or groups of people trying to win power or control
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为独立的斗争
the struggle for independence
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正邪之争
the struggle between good and evil
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用battle还是struggle?
battle or struggle?
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在许多情况下,上述两词可替换使用,但struggle总是用于似乎绝对必要的斗争,如关乎生死、自由等;battle还可用于非绝对必要的斗争,如仅仅是想望或者为了获得胜利的满足感:
In many cases you can use either word, but a struggle is always about things that seem absolutely necessary, such as life and death or freedom. A battle can also be about things that are not absolutely necessary, just desirable, or about the pleasure of winning.
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正邪之争
the battle/struggle between good and evil
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指团体为达到目的而作出的有组织的努力:
an organized effort by a group of people to achieve sth
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为提高效率而进行的运动
the drive for greater efficiency
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为减少能源消耗而发起的运动
a drive to reduce energy consumption
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用campaign还是drive?
campaign or drive?
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campaign通常为发动别人参加的运动;drive可指让自己作出努力:
A campaign is usually aimed at getting other people to do sth; a drive may be an attempt by people to get themselves to do sth.
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从今天起,我们要展开厉行节约运动。
From today, we're going on an economy drive (= we must spend less) .
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campaign可指比drive更大规模、更正式和更有组织的活动或运动。
A campaign may be larger, more formal and more organized than a drive .
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指为消灭或阻止有害事物而进行的长期斗争:
[sing.] an effort over a long period of time to get rid of or stop sth bad
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扑灭罪行的斗争
the war against crime
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指为制止或防止坏事物或为达到好目的而进行的斗争,或指竞赛,尤指体育竞赛:
[sing.] the work of trying to stop or prevent sth bad or achieve sth good; an act of competing, especially in a sport
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工人赢得了阻止强制裁员的斗争。
Workers won their fight to stop compulsory redundancies.
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用war还是fight?
war or fight?
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war用于制止人人摒弃的事物(如毒品和犯罪)而进行的斗争;fight可用于为自己伸张正义而进行的斗争。
A war is about stopping things, like drugs and crime, that everyone agrees are bad. A fight can be about achieving justice for yourself.
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以上各词均指搏斗、打斗、打架。
These are all words for a situation in which people try to defeat each other using physical force.
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指搏斗、打斗、打架:
a situation in which two or more people try to defeat each other using physical force
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他在酒吧里和一个男人斗殴。
He got into a fight with a man in the bar.
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新闻用语,指两群人之间短暂的打斗、打架、冲突:
( journalism ) a short fight between two groups of people
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警方与示威者发生了冲突。
Clashes broke out between police and demonstrators.
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通常指一群人在公共场合喧闹、斗殴、闹事:
a noisy and violent fight involving a group of people, usually in a public place
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在酒吧里酒后闹事
a drunken brawl in a bar
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指搏斗、扭打,尤指抢夺、挣扎脱身:
a fight between two people or groups of people, especially when one of them is trying to escape, or to get sth from the other
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在谋杀现场没有搏斗痕迹。
There were no signs of a struggle at the murder scene.
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指短暂而不太激烈的扭打、冲突:
a short and not very violent fight or struggle
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他和一名摄影记者发生了肢体冲撞。
He was involved in a scuffle with a photographer.
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尤指为争夺物品的短时间的扭打、争斗、争执:
a short struggle, fight or argument, especially in order to get sth
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他在争球时受了伤。
He was injured during a tussle for the ball.
fight英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
a boxing or wrestling match
例子:
  1. the fight was on television last night
2
a hostile meeting of opposing military forces in the course of a war
例子:
  1. Grant won a decisive victory in the battle of Chickamauga
  2. he lost his romantic ideas about war when he got into a real engagement

近义词: battle,conflict,engagement

3
the act of fighting;any contest or struggle
例子:
  1. a fight broke out at the hockey game
  2. there was fighting in the streets
  3. the unhappy couple got into a terrible scrap

近义词: fighting,combat,scrap

4
an aggressive willingness to compete
例子:
  1. the team was full of fight

近义词: competitiveness

5
an intense verbal dispute
例子:
  1. a violent fight over the bill is expected in the Senate
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be engaged in a fight;carry on a fight
例子:
  1. the tribesmen fought each other
  2. Siblings are always fighting
  3. Militant groups are contending for control of the country

近义词: contend,struggle

7
fight against or resist strongly
例子:
  1. The senator said he would oppose the bill
  2. Don't fight it!

近义词: oppose,fight back,fight down,defend

8
make a strenuous or labored effort
例子:
  1. She struggled for years to survive without welfare
  2. He fought for breath

近义词: struggle

9
exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person;be an advocate for
例子:
  1. The liberal party pushed for reforms
  2. She is crusading for women's rights
  3. The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate

近义词: crusade,press,campaign,push,agitate