Translation of struggle in Spanish:
- 1.1 (against opponent)(physical)to put up a strugglea struggle broke out at the stadiumoponer resistenciathe struggle between the two nationsse produjo una refriega en el estadioI'm not giving up without a struggleel conflicto entre las dos nacionesno me voy a rendir sin luchar or sin oponer resistenciaExample sentences
Example sentences1.2 (against difficulties) to give up the struggle
- Ambulance chiefs today condemned a teenager who assaulted a senior paramedic and a policeman during a violent struggle in York.
- In a violent struggle, Bourgass stabbed police officer Stephen Oake to death and wounded three others as he tried to escape.
- America's wars and violent struggles are always fought with goals of preventing future terror attacks and saving lives.
his struggle against the elements/for survivalabandonar la luchatheir struggle for better working conditionssu lucha contra los elementos/por la supervivenciaeverything seems such a struggle to hersu lucha por conseguir mejores condiciones laboralesit's a struggle to make ends meettodo se le hace tan cuesta arribawe had quite a struggle to convince himcuesta mucho llegar a fin de mesnos costó bastante convencerloExample sentences
- A basic preoccupation of science fiction is the often troubled relationship between humanity and other life-forms and, by extension, the role played by technology in the struggle for power and control.
- With little room for compromise the stage is set for a bitter internal factional struggle.
- The sad truth is that the man who vows to continue the armed struggle is likely to prevail.
- At the same time, their determined struggle against adversity is a source of inspiration for all of us.
- This would, however, require a determined struggle, relying on Senate filibusters and similar tactics.
- Social reforms alongside a determined struggle for liberation will lead us towards democracy and independence.
- 1 1.1 (thrash around) he struggled with his attackerI tried to struggle freeforcejeó con su asaltante1.2 (contend, strive) she had to struggle to support her familyforcejeé tratando de liberarmeto struggle (tuvo que luchar para mantener a su familia
against/ withsomething) to struggle forsomethingto struggle for freedom/powerluchar poralgoto struggle for breathluchar por la libertad/el podershe was struggling for wordsrespirar con dificultadno encontraba palabrasExample sentences
Example sentences1.3 (be in difficulties)
- This shift in rodeo queen criteria did not sit well with women who struggled to continue competing in rodeo.
- Mass marketers continue to struggle against thick competition from department store and specialty brands.
- Retailers continuing to struggle amidst intense competition, a slowing economy and low inflation.
pasar apurosExample sentences
- Most of their batsmen are still struggling to cope with the New Zealand pace attack.
- He was struggling mightily at the plate in the play-offs and appeared out of sorts.
- The US $183 million Yankees are struggling mightily at the plate, leaving their fans restless.
- Alarmed, Darlene lurched forward, struggling to break free, but it was no use.
- Kicking and thrashing, Jennifer desperately struggled to break free.
- He struggled to break free, and the pair stumbled across the room and up against the bureau.
- 2 (move with difficulty) (+ adverb complement) he struggled up the hillshe struggled into her dresssubió penosamente la cuestahe struggled to his feetse puso como pudo el vestidowe struggled throughse levantó con gran dificultadthey struggled on through the stormno sin dificultad salimos adelantesiguieron adelante con gran esfuerzo en medio de la tormenta
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