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tussle

noun [C]  /ˈtʌs·əl/ us  
a physical argument involving pushing and holding, usually between two people: fig. He had numerous tussles with the law during his career as a boxer.
Translations of “tussle”
in Chinese (Traditional) 不同意, (激烈地)爭執,爭辯…
in Russian перебранка…
in Turkish kavga, mücadele, sert çekişme…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不同意, (激烈地)争执,争辩…
in Polish sprzeczka, przepychanka…
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