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fight back

verb uk phrasal verb with fight   /faɪt/ (fought, fought) us  
to defend yourself when someone attacks you or causes problems for you
Translations of “fight back”
in Chinese (Traditional) 反擊,回擊,抵抗…
in Russian отбиваться, сопротивляться…
in Turkish dövüşerek kendini savunmak, karşı koymak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反击,回击,抵抗…
in Polish bronić się…
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