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wrestle with sth

phrasal verb with wrestle uk   us   /ˈres.l̩/ verb [I or T]
to try very hard to deal with a problem or to make a difficult decision: The government is wrestling with difficult economic problems. He wrestled with the decision for several weeks, wondering what he should do.
Translations of “wrestle with sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 努力解決, 艱難對付…
in Russian бороться, биться с чем-либо…
in Turkish boğuşmak, uğraşmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 努力解决, 艰难对付…
in Polish walczyć z czymś…
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