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slug it out

If two people slug it out, they fight or argue violently until one of them wins.
Translations of “slug it out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一決勝負…
in Russian биться, вести борьбу…
in Turkish taraflardan biri galip gelinceye kadar mücadele etmek/tartışmak/yarışmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一决胜负…
in Polish walczyć…
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