fight out
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fight out
transitive verb
1 (with fists) resolver a golpes
they decided to fight it out in the street decidieron resolverlo a golpes en la calle
he walked away, leaving his friends to fight it out
2 (resolve) resolver
we'll have to fight it out in court tendremos que resolverlo en los tribunales
they'll have to fight it out at a public hearing they'll have to fight it out as to who got there first leave them to fight it out the government is prepared to fight it out with the unions why don't we take the troops out of Ireland and let them fight it out? Might it not have been better if the vessels in question had chosen to fight it out in their first encounter with the enemy rather than seeking safety in flight? they'll just have to fight it out with their rivals
3 (compete)
they'll be fighting it out for the top prize competirán por el primer premio
As the large global companies fight it out for the market share
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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