fight with
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fight with(
fayt
 
wihth
)
A transitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and requires a direct object (e.g. Take out the trash.).
transitive verb phrase
1. (to fight against)
a. pelearse con
James usually fighted with his brother over their toys when he was a child.James solía pelearse con su hermano por los juguetes cuando era niño.
b. pelear contra
In 1964, Clay fought with heavyweight champion Liston for his title.En 1964, Clay peleó contra el campeón de los peso pesados Liston por el título.
2. (to fight on the same side)
a. pelear con
The UK fought with the US against the Axis.Gran Bretaña peleó con los Estados Unidos contra el Eje.
3. (to fight using a weapon)
a. pelear con
The demostrators fought with sticks.Los manifestantes pelearon con palos.
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