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infighting

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈɪnˌfaɪtɪŋ/
competition between people within a company or organization, especially to improve their own position or to get agreement for their ideas: bureaucratic/corporate/political infightingbitter/vicious infighting The debate sparked months of bitter infighting at the company's highest levels.be hampered/plagued by infighting In recent years, however, the group has been plagued by infighting and loss of membership.
Translations of “infighting”
in Chinese (Traditional) (集團內部的)暗鬥…
in Russian внутренняя борьба…
in Turkish iç çekişme, iç anlaşmazlık, rekabet…
in Chinese (Simplified) (集团内部的)暗斗…
in Polish konflikty lub walki wewnętrzne…
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