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Translation of "struggle" - English-Spanish dictionary

struggle

verb   /ˈstrʌɡ·l/ ( present participle struggling, past tense and past participle struggled)
to try very hard to do something difficult luchar, esforzarse He’s struggling to pay his bills.
to fight someone when they are holding you pelear, forcejear She struggled but couldn’t break free.
noun   /ˈstrʌɡ·l/
the act of trying very hard to do something difficult lucha, esfuerzo It was a real struggle to stay awake during the movie.
a fight between people forcejeo, pelea
(Definition of struggle from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

struggle

verb /ˈstraɡl/
to twist violently when trying to free oneself luchar, forcejear The child struggled in his arms.
to make great efforts or try hard luchar (por/contra) All his life he has been struggling with illness / against injustice.
to move with difficulty moverse con dificultad He struggled out of the hole.
struggle along phrasal verb
to have only just enough money to live. vivir con estrecheces, subsistir penosamente/a duras penas/con dificultad
(Definition of struggle from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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