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fighting

美 [ˈfaɪtɪŋ]
英 ['faɪtɪŋ]
  • v.战斗;打架;作战;打斗
  • n.斗争;打架;打斗;搏斗
  • 网络地下拳击场;格斗;打仗
fighting
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v.
战争;战斗in war/battle
1.
[i][t]
打仗;战斗;作战to take part in a war or battle against an enemy
soldiers trained to fight
受过作战训练的士兵
He fought in Vietnam.
他在越南打过仗。
My grandfather fought against the Fascists in Spain.
我的祖父曾经在西班牙与法西斯分子作战。
to fight a war/battle
打仗;作战
They gathered soldiers to fight the invading army.
他们召集士兵对抗入侵的军队。
搏斗;打击struggle/hit
2.
[i][t]
~ (sb)
搏斗;打斗;打架to struggle physically with sb
My little brothers are always fighting.
我的小弟弟们总在打架。
She'll fight like a tiger to protect her children.
她为了保护孩子,可以凶得像只老虎。
竞赛in contest
3.
[t][i]
参加(竞赛);竞争to take part in a contest against sb
to fight an election/a campaign
参加竞选╱争取权益的运动
She's fighting for a place in the national team.
她正努力争取加入国家队。
反对oppose
4.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
极力反对;与…作斗争to try hard to stop, deal with or oppose sth bad
to fight racism/corruption/poverty, etc.
与种族主义、腐败、贫困等作斗争
Workers are fighting the decision to close the factory.
工人在极力反对关闭工厂的决定。
The fire crews had problems fighting the blaze.
消防队员扑灭那场大火困难重重。
We will fight for as long as it takes.
我们要一直斗争到底。
争取try to get/do sth
5.
[i][t]
努力争取;为…而斗争to try very hard to get sth or to achieve sth
He's still fighting for compensation after the accident.
他还在力争事故后的赔偿。
She gradually fought her way to the top of the company.
她努力奋斗,逐渐登上公司的高位。
Doctors fought for more than six hours to save his life.
医生抢救了六个多小时来拯救他的生命。
争辩argue
6.
[i]
~ (with sb) (about/over sth)
争辩to have an argument with sb about sth
It's a trivial matter and not worth fighting about.
这是一桩小事,不值得为之争辩。
拳击in boxing
7.
[i][t]
~ (sb)
参加拳击比赛to take part in a boxing match
Doctors fear he may never fight again.
医生认为他可能再也不能重返拳坛了。
法律law
8.
[t][i]
(为…)和某人打官司to try to get what you want in court
He fought his wife for custody of the children.
他和妻子打官司争取孩子的监护权。
I'm determined to fight the case.
我决意要打这场官司。
IDM
fight your/sbscorner
维护地位、立场等to defend your/sb's position against other people
fight fire with fire
以眼还眼,以牙还牙to use similar methods in a fight or an argument to those your opponent is using
fight for (your) life
(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
a fighting chance
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
fighting fit
十分健壮;彪悍extremely fit or healthy
fighting spirit
斗志;战斗精神a feeling that you are ready to fight very hard for sth or to try sth difficult
What we want from the management is fighting talk.
我们要求资方的是发表战斗宣言。
fighting talk
战斗性的言论comments or remarks that show that you are ready to fight very hard for sth
What we want from the management is fighting talk.
我们要求资方的是发表战斗宣言。
fight a losing battle
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
Successive governments have fought shy of such measures.
一届接一届政府均不愿采取这些措施。
fight shy of sth/of doing sth
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
Successive governments have fought shy of such measures.
一届接一届政府均不愿采取这些措施。
fight to the death/finish
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
The residents are fighting tooth and nail to stop the new development.
居民为制止新的建房开发计划正在全力以赴进行斗争。
fight tooth and nail
坚决斗争;全力以赴地斗争to fight in a very determined way for what you want
The residents are fighting tooth and nail to stop the new development.
居民为制止新的建房开发计划正在全力以赴进行斗争。
I wouldn't get involved─he's old enough to fight his own battles.
我不想参与 — 他已经长大,能独自应付了。
fight your own battles
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
I wouldn't get involved─he's old enough to fight his own battles.
我不想参与 — 他已经长大,能独自应付了。
n.
搏斗struggle
1.
[c]
搏斗;打斗;打架a struggle against sb/sth using physical force
He got into a fight with a man in the bar.
他在酒吧里和一个男人斗殴。
a street/gang fight
街头╱帮派打斗
A fight broke out between rival groups of fans.
比赛双方球迷打了起来。
a world title fight(= fighting as a sport, especially boxing )
一场世界冠军争夺战(尤指拳击)
争取trying to get/do sth
2.
[sing]
斗争the work of trying to destroy, prevent or achieve sth
the fight against crime
打击罪行
a fight for survival
为生存而奋斗
Workers won their fight to stop compulsory redundancies.
工人在阻止强制性裁员的斗争中取得了胜利。
竞赛competition
3.
[sing]
(尤指体育运动)比赛,竞赛a competition or an act of competing, especially in a sport
The team put up a good fight(= they played well) but were finally beaten.
这个队打得不错,但最后还是输了。
She now has a fight on her hands(= will have to play very well) to make it through to the next round.
现在她得表现突出才能进入下一轮比赛。
争论argument
4.
[c]
~ (with sb) (over/about sth)
争论;争吵an argument about sth
Did you have a fight with him?
你和他争辩了?
We had a fight over money.
我们为钱吵了一架。
战斗;战争battle/war
5.
[c]
战斗(尤指为夺取某一地方或位置)a battle, especially for a particular place or position
In the fight for Lemburg, the Austrians were defeated.
在争夺伦贝格的战斗中,奥地利人战败了。
斗志desire to fight
6.
[u]
斗志;战斗力the desire or ability to keep fighting for sth
In spite of many defeats, they still had plenty of fight left in them.
他们尽管多次失败,但仍然斗志昂扬。
IDM
a fight to the finish
(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

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