habían peleado
-they/you had fought
Past perfectellos/ellas/ustedesconjugation ofpelear.


Ella y Emmy habían peleado en la fiesta.
She and Emmy had gotten into a fight at the party.
¿Por qué nunca mencionaste que tú y Danny se habían peleado?
Why didn't you mention that you and Danny fell out?
El marido la engañaba, y se probó que habían peleado ese día.
Husband was cheating on her, there was evidence that they had a fight that day.
Pensé que quizá se habían peleado.
I figured maybe the two of you had had a fight.
Creí que se habían peleado.
Figured you two had a fight.
No recuerda si habían peleado.
You can't remember whether you quarreled.
Creí que se habían peleado.
I thought they broke up.
Me dijo que se habían peleado. Quería que te lo trajera personalmente.
He said you guys had had a fight, and he wanted me to bring it to you personally.
Al parecer, nunca se habían peleado.
Apparently, He Didn't Even Put Up A Fight.
Aquellos que se habían peleado con Carlyle no se dejaron ganar por ello, pero aquellos que desearon pensar bien del santificado hombre de letras pudieron hacerlo.
Those who had parted from Carlyle could not be won back by it, but those who wished to think well of the hallowed man of letters could do so.
Una persona me dijo que, no, que se había metido en algún grupo de gente mala o lo que hubiera en nuestra zona y que se habían peleado y se lo tuvieron que llevar.
One person told me that, no, that he had gotten into it with some bad group of people or whatever in our area and they had gotten into it and so they had taken him.
Habían peleado por eso.
They had a fight over it.
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