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fightback [ˈfaɪtbæk]
(Britain) contraataque (m)
the captain led a brilliant fightback in the second half to level the score His try was the climax of a great second half fightback by rejuvenated Wales HULL held off a spirited fightback from Second Division Workington THE spearhead of the Tories' fightback over the past days has been the claim that Labour would double the basic rate of tax IAN DURRANT yesterday capped a heroic fightback from a career- threatening injury She could even end up in the witness box in the fightback against the campaign to smear her name
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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