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fight
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/faɪt/add into favorites
Etymology: [ fIt ] (verb.) before 12th century. From Middle English fighten, from Old English feohtan (“to fight”), from Proto-Germanic *fehtanan (“to fight”) (cf. West Frisian fjochtsje, Dutch vechten, German fechten), from Proto-Indo-European *peuk̑, *puk̑ (cf. Irish uigim ‘I stitch’, Latin pugnus ‘fist’, Tocharian B pyāk ‘to strike down, batter’, Albanian përpjek ‘I strike’, Ancient Greek πύξ (pyx, “with the fist”), πύκτης (pýktēs, “boxer”)).
Synonyms: action, affray, altercation, argument, battle, battle royal, bout, brawl, broil, brush, clash, combat, conflict, confrontation, contention, contest, controversy, difficulty, disagreement
Antonyms: peace, agree, make peace, surrender, yield, believe, support, uphold
1 kavga
2 dövüşmek  fiil
3 savaşmak  fiil
4 kavga etmek
5 uğraşma  isim
6 dövüş
7 döğüşmek
8 mücâdele  isim
9 savaşma
10 uğraşmak
11 savunmak
12 cenk etmek
13 karşılaşma
14 mücâdele etmek
15 dalaşma
16 maraza
17 anlaşmazlık
18 dalaş
19 savaş vermek
20 kapışmak
21 (fought)  fiil
22 mücadele etmek, uğraşmak  fiil
23 çekişme  isim
24 savaş  isim
25 muharebe
26 savaş veya mücadele eğilimi
27 döğüş
28 cidal
29 savaşım
30 uğraş
31 çarpışmak
32 boğuşmak
33 fight off püskürtmek
34 dövüştürmek
35 defetmek
36 fight it out mücadele yoluyla hesabını görmek
37fighting savaşçı
38fighting savaşan  sıfat
39fought fight
40fights dövüşleri
41fought savaştı
42 kavga etme
43fight for uğruna savaşmak
44fighting mücâdeleye hazır
45fighting SAVAŞ:Taktik alanda, yapılan bir savaş içinde bilfiil çarpışmalar  Askeri
46fighting savaşarak
47fought f., bak. fight
48fought fight savaş/kavga et
49 yağılaşmak
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50 An occasion of fighting
51 A battle between opposing armies
52 A conflict, possibly nonphysical, with opposing ideas or forces; strife
53 To try to overpower; to fiercely counteract
54 A physical confrontation or combat between two or more people or groups
55 To conduct or engage in (battle, warfare etc.)
56 To contend in physical conflict, either singly or in war, battle etc
57 To strive for; to campaign or contend for success
58 The will or ability to fight
59 To engage in combat with; to oppose physically, to contest with
60 A boxing or martial arts match
61 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. I desperately fought the urge to giggle He fought with the urge to smoke one of the cigars he'd given up awhile ago He fought to be patient with her
62 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. Watkins sued the Army and fought his case in various courts for 10 years The newspaper is fighting a damages action brought by the actress
63 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. He is still fighting for his life in hospital
64 Fight is the desire or ability to keep fighting. I thought that we had a lot of fight in us
65 If you fight an election, you are a candidate in the election and try to win it. The former party treasurer helped raise almost £40 million to fight the election campaign
66 To strive or contend for victory, with armies or in single combat; to attempt to defeat, subdue, or destroy an enemy, either by blows or weapons; to contend in arms; followed by with or against
67 battle; combat; wrestle; advance through great effort  fiil
68 To act in opposition to anything; to struggle against; to contend; to strive; to make resistance
69 battle, combat; wrestle; quarrel; boxing match; desire to do battle  isim
70 If you fight something unpleasant, you try in a determined way to prevent it or stop it happening. More units to fight forest fires are planned I've spent a lifetime fighting against racism and prejudice. Fight is also a noun. the fight against drug addiction
71 If you fight for something, you try in a determined way to get it or achieve it. Our Government should be fighting for an end to food subsidies I told him how we had fought to hold on to the company The team has fought its way to the cup final. Fight is also a noun. I too am committing myself to continue the fight for justice. = battle
72 emphasis If you describe someone as fighting fit, you are emphasizing that they are very fit or healthy. After a good night's sleep I feel fighting fit again
73 to fight a losing battle: see battle
74 an aggressive willingness to compete; "the team was full of fight"
75 a hostile meeting of opposing military forces in the course of a war; "Grant won a decisive victory in the battle of Chickamauga"; "he lost his romantic ideas about war when he got into a real engagement"
76 To carry on, or wage, as a conflict, or battle; to win or gain by struggle, as one's way; to sustain by fighting, as a cause
77 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. The two men fought a battle over land and water rights In the latest incident at the weekend police fought a gun battle with a gang which used hand grenades against them The Sioux had always fought other tribes for territorial rights
78 A fight is a boxing match. The referee stopped the fight. = bout
79 To fight means to take part in a boxing match. In a few hours' time one of the world's most famous boxers will be fighting in Britain for the first time I'd like to fight him because he's undefeated and I want to be the first man to beat him I'd like to fight him for the title
80 You can use fight to refer to a contest such as an election or a sports match. the fight for power between the two parties. = contest
81 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. I fought my way into a carriage just before the doors closed = battle
82 If one person fights with another, or fights them, they have an angry disagreement or quarrel. You can also say that two people fight. She was always arguing with him and fighting with him Gwendolen started fighting her teachers Mostly, they fight about paying bills. = quarrel, argue Fight is also a noun. We think maybe he took off because he had a big fight with his dad the night before
83 If a person or army fights in a battle or a war, they take part in it. He fought in the war and was taken prisoner by the Americans If I were a young man I would sooner go to prison than fight for this country My father did leave his university to fight the Germans Last month rebels fought their way into the capital. see also dogfight + fighting fight·ing More than nine hundred people have died in the fighting
84 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. As a child she fought with her younger sister I did fight him, I punched him but it was like hitting a wall He wrenched the crutch from Jacob, who didn't fight him for it I refuse to act that way when my kids fight You get a lot of unruly drunks fighting each other. Fight is also a noun. He had had a fight with Smith and bloodied his nose
85 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; "The liberal party pushed for reforms"; "She is crusading for women's rights"; "The Dean is pushing for his favorite candidate"
86 make a strenuous or labored effort; "She struggled for years to survive without welfare"; "He fought for breath"
87 Strength or disposition for fighting; pugnacity; as, he has a great deal of fight in him
88 A screen for the combatants in ships
89 a boxing match; "the fight was on television last night"
90 A struggle or contest of any kind
91 A battle; an engagement; a contest in arms; a combat; a violent conflict or struggle for victory, between individuals or between armies, ships, or navies, etc
92 To contend with in battle; to war against; as, they fought the enemy in two pitched battles; the sloop fought the frigate for three hours
93 To cause to fight; to manage or maneuver in a fight; as, to fight cocks; to fight one's ship
94 the act of fighting; any contest or struggle; "a fight broke out at the hockey game"; "there was fighting in the streets"; "the unhappy couple got into a terrible scrap"
95 an intense verbal dispute; "a violent fight over the bill is expected in the Senate"
96 a boxing match; "the fight was on television last night" the act of fighting; any contest or struggle; "a fight broke out at the hockey game"; "there was fighting in the streets"; "the unhappy couple got into a terrible scrap" an intense verbal dispute; "a violent fight over the bill is expected in the Senate" be engaged in a fight; carry on a fight; "the tribesmen fought each other"; "Siblings are always fighting" fight against or resist strongly; "The senator said he would oppose the bill"; "Don't fight it!" make a strenuous or labored effort; "She struggled for years to survive without welfare"; "He fought for breath
97 To struggle with a particular golfing flaw If all your poor shots are slices, you're said to be fighting a slice If all your misses are hooks, you're said to be fighting a hook If you miss all your short putts, you're said to be fighting a balky putter If your rounds resemble boxing matches, take up tennis
98 To combat, duel, battle
99 fight against or resist strongly; "The senator said he would oppose the bill"; "Don't fight it!"
100 be engaged in a fight; carry on a fight; "the tribesmen fought each other"; "Siblings are always fighting"
101 make a strenuous or labored effort; "She struggled for years to survive without welfare"; "He fought for breath
102 To struggle with a fish after hooking it Fighting the fish will tire it out and make it easier to land
103To fight. debate - "Well knew they both his person, sith of late / With him in bloudie armes they rashly did debate."
104To fight. wrestle
105To fight. drop the gloves - "Nobody used to care when players such as John Ferguson, Bobby Orr, Gordie Howe and Maurice Richard dropped the gloves, because they could play the game, too."
106fighting engaged in war or other conflict
107fighting apt to provoke a fight - "Those are fighting words, of course, and the people who presently hold the high ground of economic power in society will not be amused."
108fighting A fight or battle; an occasion on which people fight
109fighting Present participle of fight
110to fight. scrap
111fought Fought is the past tense and past participle of fight. Past tense and past participle of fight. the past tense and past participle of fight
112to fight. get down
113fight for battle for, struggle in favor of
114fighting a major penalty which occurs when two or more players drop their sticks and gloves and fight; if a referee deems one player to be the instigator, that player also receives a minor penalty and a misconduct penalty; the minor penalty for a less severe pushing and shoving match is called roughing
115fighting combat, battle  isim
116fighting militant, combative, warlike  sıfat
117fighting when people or groups fight each other in a war, in the street etc fighting between
118fighting engaged in or ready for military or naval operations; "on active duty"; "the platoon is combat-ready"; "review the fighting forces"
119fighting engaged in war; "belligerent (or warring) nations"; "a fighting war"
120fighting Qualified for war; fit for battle
121fighting Occupied in war; being the scene of a battle; as, a fighting field
122fighting Often a result of territorial behaviour which becomes exaggerated when fish are stressed (particularly when overcrowded) Can be more pronounced in some species during breeding times Insufficient water velocity in tanks and ponds can also induce fighting (e g in some tilapia species) Fighting is particularly common in crustaceans when stressed In addition to leaving open wounds which are easy entry sites for pathogens, the loss of appendages can also lead to a reduction in the value of the animal In some larger crustaceans such as lobster, rubber bands can be put round the claws, which in addition to protecting the handler, also reduce damage caused during fights See also nipping
123fighting An infraction that incurs a major penalty It's called when two or more players drop their sticks and gloves and begin fighting A player judged to be the instigator may get a game misconduct penalty
124fighting disposed to loud disagreements and fighting
125fights third-person singular of fight
126fights plural of fight
127fought & p
128fought of Fight
129fought past of fight
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