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battle

美 [ˈbæt(ə)l]
英 ['bætl]
  • n.战斗;战役;战争;斗争
  • v.斗争;竞争;抗争;奋斗
  • 网络作战;战场
第三人称单数:battles  现在分词:battling  过去式:battled  
battle
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n.
1.
[c][u]
战役;战斗;搏斗a fight between armies, ships or planes, especially during a war; a violent fight between groups of people
the battle of Waterloo
滑铁卢战役
to be killed in battle
阵亡
a gun battle
枪战
2.
[c]
~ (with sb) (for sth)
较量;争论;斗争a competition, an argument or a struggle between people or groups of people trying to win power or control
a legal battle for compensation
要求赔偿的法律斗争
a battle with an insurance company
同一家保险公司的争执
a battle of wits(= when each side uses their ability to think quickly to try to win)
智斗
a battle of wills(= when each side is very determined to win)
意志的较量
3.
[c][ususing]
奋斗;斗争a determined effort that sb makes to solve a difficult problem or succeed in a difficult situation
her long battle against cancer
她同癌症的长期斗争
to fight an uphill battle against prejudice
同偏见作艰苦斗争
a battle for survival
一场生死斗
his battle with alcoholism
他戒酒的斗争
IDM
the battle lines are drawn
战线已经划清(指争战之际各拥一方形成对垒之势)used to say that people or groups have shown which side they intend to support in an argument or contest that is going to begin
do battle (with sb) (over sth)
(同某人就某事)进行斗争(或辩论)to fight or argue with sb
half the battle
(完成某事的)关键;最艰难的阶段the most important or difficult part of achieving sth
v.
1.
[i][t]
搏斗;奋斗;斗争to try very hard to achieve sth difficult or to deal with sth unpleasant or dangerous
Both teams battled hard.
两队拼得很厉害。
I had to battle hard just to stay afloat.
我得用力挣扎才能勉强浮住。
She's still battling with a knee injury.
她还在同膝部的伤痛作斗争。
The two leaders are battling for control of the government.
两位领导人在争夺政府的主导权。
The two sides will battle it out in the final next week.
双方将于下周决赛中决一胜负。
He battled cancer for four years.
他同癌症斗争了四年。

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