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slug it out

informal phrasal verb with slug
 
 
/slʌɡ/ verb [T] ( present participle slugging, past tense and past participle slugged) informal
to fight, argue, or compete with someone until one person wins: Federer and Nadal slugged it out for a place in the final.FightingDebate and discussion
Translations of “slug it out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一決勝負…
in Russian биться, вести борьбу…
in Turkish taraflardan biri galip gelinceye kadar mücadele etmek/tartışmak/yarışmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一决胜负…
in Polish walczyć…
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