|argument or fight||dustup|
|(Chinese) work together; overly excited, too enthusiastic, very enthusiastic, wanting to fight||gung ho|
|(Computers and Communications) nickname for people who live on the edge of modern society (controlled by media and technology) who fight and defeat the establishment, futuristic science fiction||cyberpunk|
|(Military) ground troops, soldiers who fight on foot; branch of the military made up of foot soldiers||infantry|
|(Slang) a fight||dust up|
|(Slang) complaint, point of contention; argument with another person, dispute, animal giving beef, complain (Slang), meat from cattle, meat taken from cows or bulls; vigor, strength; fattened bull||beef|
|,(new zealand) be in a fight, , (new zealand) street fight, deep loud sound, thundering sound; rumble seat, back section of a roadster or coupe which opens to form a seat; street fight, brawl, scuffle (Slang), deep sound, find out about somebody or som...||rumble|
|a struggle with something difficult, fight between wrestlers, fight by gripping and pushing, have a struggling fight, have difficulty, maneuver something awkward, struggle with; scuffle, contend in a wrestling match, struggle; act or bout of wrestling;...||wrestle|
|ability or willingness to fight, battle, combat; wrestle; quarrel; boxing match; desire to do battle, battle; combat; wrestle; advance through great effort, box against somebody, carry on battle or contest, go to war, oppose something, struggle, strugg...||fight|
|act of bending backwards; act of vengeance, retaliation; act of turning an argument against the person who made it, retorsion||retortion|
|act of evading a discussion or argument by using ambiguous speech; equivocal statement, ambiguous comment; petty criticism, make trivial objections, petty objection, pun, use ambiguous language to evade a discussion or argument; make an equivocal comme...||quibble|
|act of retorting an argument, act of turning an argument against the person who made it; retaliation, reprisal, retortion||retorsion|
|act of struggling; effort, exertion; conflict, strife, endeavor, strive, try hard; fight, contend; advance with great effort, fight by wrestling, great effort to overcome difficulties, hard task, make a great physical effort, move with difficulty, try ...||struggle|
|act of summing, addition; sum, total; conclusion in which previous statements are reviewed and summarized, final argument in court, summary of something said||summation|
|active or operational state, agreement to marry, battle, commitment to attend, obligation; betrothal, promise to marry; period of employment; battle, fight, pledge for something, short job||engagement|
|actual fact, argument for or against, arguments, casing, circumstance||case|
|addition to printed text, argument||run-in|
|agree, appropriate, come across somebody, compete or fight with somebody, encounter somebody for first time, place of meeting for a competition, encounter; come in contact with; assemble; come before; make acquaintance; satisfy; be on schedule; face or...||meet|
|allege, argue; petition, solicit; entreat, appeal, implore, beg earnestly, declare guilt or innocence, offer an argument in support, offer something as an excuse||plead|
|ally in fight||cobelligerent|
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