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pitched battle Saltos de línea: pitched bat¦tle
Pronunciación: /pɪtʃd ˈbat(ə)l/

Definición de pitched battle en inglés:

sustantivo

1A battle in which the time and place are determined beforehand, rather than a casual or chance skirmish.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The ‘victories’ of the Alliance, in north and south, follow rounds of skirmishing and negotiating rather than pitched battles.
  • The news of their escapades be it in fleeting skirmish or pitched battles was eagerly listened to in Ireland.
  • He is now, in his third age, a military historian specialising in the pitched battles of the Second World War.
1.1A violent confrontation involving large numbers of people: students engaged in pitched battles with the police
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The state responded with violence: there were pitched battles with riot police.
  • In April 1981 rampaging mobs fought pitched battles with police in Brixton, south London, in scenes that shocked the nation.
  • A local football derby exploded into violence when hooligans from Hull took over the bar of a Lincoln hotel and began a pitched battle with police.

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