Definition of hard-fought in English:

hard-fought

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adjective

Won, achieved, or contested with vigorous effort: after a hard-fought match, the game ended in a scoreless draw a hard-fought year-long legal battle ensued
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  • It was a hard-fought, day-long battle with heavy losses on both sides.
  • We acknowledge the need to pursue the still unrealized vision for racial justice, while gratefully recognizing hard-fought victories.
  • The question whether grandparents should be able to insist on visitation over the objections of their children has been hard-fought on both sides.

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