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duel

noun /ˈdjuəl/
a fight (with swords or pistols) between two people over a matter of honour/honor etc
duelo
a duel to the death.
any contest between two people or two sides
duelo
a duel for first place.
Translations of “duel”
in Korean 결투…
in Arabic مُبارَزة…
in French duel…
in Italian duello…
in Chinese (Traditional) 決鬥, (激烈的)競爭,鬥爭…
in Russian дуэль, поединок…
in Turkish düello, yüz yüze meydan okuma, iki kişi ya da grup arasında yarış/münazara…
in Polish pojedynek, potyczka…
in Portuguese duelo…
in German das Duell, der Kampf…
in Catalan duel…
in Japanese 決闘…
in Chinese (Simplified) 决斗, (激烈的)竞争,斗争…
(Definition of duel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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