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Translation of "tussle" - English-Spanish dictionary

tussle

verb   /ˈtʌs.l̩/
to have difficult disagreements or strong arguments pelearse During his twelve years in Congress he has tussled with the chemical, drug and power companies on behalf of the ordinary person. The residents are still tussling over the ever-scarcer street parking.1158
to fight with another person using your arms and body pelearse The boys started to tussle in the playground.707
→  Phrasal verbs tussle with sth
noun   /ˈtʌs.l̩/
a difficult disagreement or violent argument pelea a boardroom/bureaucratic/legal tussle There followed a long tussle for custody of the children.2334
a fight with another person using your arms and body pelea You could see he had been in a tussle.707
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