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wrestle

US [ˈres(ə)l]
UK ['res(ə)l]
  • v.摔跤;奋力对付;努力处理;全力解决
  • n.搏斗;【体】摔跤;力战
  • Web角力;摔交;格斗
Simple Present:wrestles  Present Participle:wrestling  Past Tense:wrestled  
wrestle
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v.
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摔跤to fight sb by holding them and trying to throw or force them to the ground, sometimes as a sport
As a boy he had boxed and wrestled.
他小时候练过拳击和摔跤。
Armed guards wrestled with the intruder.
武装警卫和闯入者扭打起来。
Shoppers wrestled the raider to the ground.
购物的人把抢劫者摔倒在地上。
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奋力对付;努力处理;全力解决to struggle to deal with sth that is difficult
She had spent the whole weekend wrestling with the problem.
她整个周末都在绞尽脑汁处理这个问题。
He wrestled with the controls as the plane plunged.
飞机向下冲时,他竭力控制住操纵装置。
She has been wrestling to raise the money all year.
她一年来一直在想方设法筹集这笔资金。

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