Translation of tussle in Spanish:
- to tussle (
withsomebody) ( for/ oversomething)pelearse ( conalguien) ( poralgo)(verbally)pelearse or discutir ( conalguien) ( poralgo)Example sentences
- They tussled on the floor, an oddly muted fight as they were both trying to shield the book from damage.
- A Tullow woman tussled violently with her attackers as they attempted to steal her handbag before they dragged her along the road until she smacked her head off a lamp-post.
- The only thing that surprised me bearing in mind the previous night's tales was that I couldn't hear the wildlife crashing around in the trees as they tussled for a vantage point from which to ambush me.
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