Translation of wrestle in Spanish:
- 1.1 (Sport) 1.2 (grapple)to wrestle
withsomebody/somethingshe wrestled with her attackershe watched him wrestling with the casesforcejeó con or luchó contra or con su agresorhe's been wrestling with the problem for some time nowlo miró mientras lidiaba or batallaba con las maletasall night he wrestled with his conscienceha estado lidiando or batallando con el problema hace un tiempopasó toda la noche batallando con su concienciaExample sentences
- Mr Foster, a former police constable, then struggled with several of the security team, who wrestled him to the floor.
- Officers chased him on foot, tried to disable him with a Taser gun (repelled by Johnson's leather jacket), and finally wrestled him from the cart.
- I was about 50 feet away from Jaggi when 3 or 4 cops dressed as protesters grabbed him, wrestled him into a van and sped away.
- (Sport)he's wrestling Grant tonightluchar contrahe wrestled his attacker to the groundesta noche lucha or tiene un combate de lucha libre contra Grantforcejeó con or luchó contra su agresor y lo derribóExample sentences
- Opponents wrestle until one is thrown to the ground.
- Then we had a snowball fight, wrestled around on the ground, and carried on with play fights for a short while until we were all quite exhausted.
- They fell forward onto the ground, locked together as they wrestled with one another in order to separate themselves into two people.
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