Translation of fighting in Spanish:


enfrentamientos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈfaɪdɪŋ/ /ˈfʌɪtɪŋ/

See Spanish definition of boxeo


  • 1

    Military enfrentamientos masculine
    (brawling) peleas feminine
    • The tunnels played a major role in the last round of heavy fighting, in summer 2006.
    • The United Nations now says almost 115,000 people have been uprooted by the fighting in Georgia.
    • King Harold is dead, fallen in a day of savage fighting against Duke William of Normandy.
    • The Humane Society of the United States keeps a database of news reports on dog fighting.
    • On October 24, the Soviets threatened to intervene in the fighting.
    • Almost all the homes have been damaged in the recent fighting.
    • The war in Sudan has claimed the lives of at least 2 million people, mostly through famine brought on by the fighting.
    • The author shows a deft hand at describing the fighting without relying on blocks of first-person accounts.
    • Once the novelty of the costumed fighting has passed, the stories are rather forgettable.
    • An example of the ferocity of the fighting was illustrated by the Third Battalion of the 137 th Infantry Regiment.
    • To subdue the enemy without fighting is the acme of skill.
    • There was no fighting at the Bomber on Saturday night.
    • In the early autumn fierce fighting took place, the gallant Serbians bearing a prominent part.
    • Factional fighting among followers of various clerical leaders has also taken place.
    • I think almost everyone that has spoken this afternoon has highlighted the importance of ceasing the fighting.
    • To do these things, Vietnam War reporters had to get close to the fighting.
    • It is derived from an ancient form of fighting originating in the Far East.
    • The problem with city fighting is that too many people die.
    • Indeed, there has been some tough fighting.
    • It will be very, very difficult fighting.
  • 2

    peleas feminine
    pleitos masculine Mexico
  • 3 informal

    boxeo masculine