to fight: combattre, (se) battre
They fought in the street. Ils se sont battus dans la rue.
The US fought Iraq. Les États-Unis ont combattu l'Irak.
Notons que ce verbe est irrégulier :
I fight / I fought / I have fought
a fight: une bataille, une bagarre, un combat
UK: They fought in the street.
US: There was a big fight outside the office.
- "We are language police, fighting bigotry."
- "They called me "fighting hell pigeon" in my heyday."
- "Some will fulfill their military duties and fight in Vietnam."
- "Hannah : A fight?"
- "Philip : Ok team, it's worse than I thought: the chimps have had a serious poop fight."
- "Thursday : Sources report that the jet setting juice juggernaut was partying hard in the underwater city of Atlantis , riding sea horses and organizing illegal dolphin fights."
- "Horatio Oléré was recognized by a mountain goat, who immediately emailed our site, informing us that the millionaire shaman instigated a snowball fight with a band of peaceful Yetis."
- "Bruno : Brian "The Butcher" Jones, you've agreed to fight in the Shaolin-Miagi hybrid style."
- "Brian Jones and Horatio Oléré are gonna have a fight after work."
- "What on earth are they fighting about?"
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