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combat

noun /ˈkombӕt, (American) kəmˈbat/
(an act of) fighting
combate
The two knights met each other in single combat.
combatant /ˈkombətənt, (American) kəmˈbӕtənt/ noun a person who is fighting
combatiente
They eventually separated the combatants.
Translations of “combat”
in Korean 전투…
in Arabic مَعرَكة…
in French combat…
in Italian combattimento, lotta…
in Chinese (Traditional) (尤指戰爭中的)戰鬥,搏鬥, 打鬥, 鬥爭…
in Russian сражение, бой…
in Turkish muharebe, savaş, muharip…
in Polish walka…
in Portuguese combate…
in German der (Zwei-)Kampf…
in Catalan combat…
in Japanese 戦闘…
in Chinese (Simplified) (尤指战争中的)战斗,搏斗, 打斗, 斗争…
(Definition of combat from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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