Hindi translation of fight
fightPowered by COBUILD /faɪt फ़ाइट्/
Word forms: fights, fighting, fought /fɔːt फ़ॉट्/
Definitions and Translations
1. transitive verb, countable noun
If you fight something, or fight against something, you try in a determined way to prevent it or stop it happening. A fight against something is an attempt to stop it.
जूझना या लड़ना/लड़ाई nf
⇒ The police are working hard to fight crime. ⇒ I've spent a lifetime fighting against racism. ⇒ ...the fight against cancer.
2. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If you fight for something, or fight to do something, you try in a determined way to get it or achieve it. A fight for something is an attempt to get it.
किसी चीज़ के लिए संघर्ष करना/संघर्ष करना/संघर्ष mn
⇒ The vets fought to save the most popular horse after he fell during a race. ⇒ ...the fight for justice.
3. intransitive verb
If a person or army fights, they oppose each other with weapons.
⇒ I will never fight for this country. ⇒ The two countries have been fighting for more than two years.
Derived formsfighting uncountable noun
⇒ More than nine hundred people have died in the fighting.
4. transitive or intransitive verb, countable noun
If one person fights with another, if people fight, or if they have a fight, they hit or kick each other because they want to hurt each other.
किसी के साथ मार-पीट करना/मार-पीट करना/मार-पीट nf
⇒ He fought him, kicking and punching. ⇒ He had a fight with Smith.
5. intransitive verb, countable noun
When people fight about something, or when they have a fight, they argue.
लड़ाई करना/लड़ाई nf
⇒ Mostly, they fight about paying bills. ⇒ He had a big fight with his dad.
6. transitive verb
When politicians fight an election, they try to win it.
7. transitive verb
If you fight your way to a place, you move towards it with great difficulty, usually because there are a lot of people in your way.
बड़ी मुश्किल से पहुंच पाना
⇒ Female fans fought their way past bodyguards and tore at his clothes.
8. transitive verb
When you fight an emotion or desire, you try very hard not to feel it, show it, or act on it.
दबाने की कोशिश करना
⇒ He fought the need to sleep.
If you fight back against someone who has attacked you or made difficulties for you, you defend yourself by taking action against them.
जवाबी हमला करना
⇒ The teenage attackers ran away when the two men fought back.
When you fight back an emotion, you try very hard not to feel it, show it, or act on it.
दबाने की कोशिश करना
⇒ She fought back the tears.
If you fight off something such as an illness, a desire, or unpleasant feeling, you succeed in getting rid of it.
⇒ All day she had fought off the desire to telephone Harry.
If you fight off someone who has attacked you, you succeed in driving them away by fighting them.
⇒ The woman fought off her attacker.
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Example Sentences Including 'fight'
Two punches to the pit of the stomach blasted away the rest of her fight.CHAMELEON (2002)
Like finding out why the High Prince of Hythria sent his nephew to Medalon to fight with the Defenders.TREASON KEEP (2001)
Bit of a gesture to show he was doing his bit to fight the red peril, I expect.CASCADES - THE DAY OF THE DEAD (2001)
Trends of 'fight'
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'fight' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قِتَال
- Brazilian Portuguese: luta
- Chinese: 战斗
- Croatian: borba
- Czech: boj
- Danish: kamp
- Dutch: gevecht
- European Spanish: lucha
- Finnish: taistelu
- French: bagarre
- German: Kampf Kämpfe
- Greek: μάχη
- Italian: lotta
- Japanese: 戦い
- Korean: 싸움
- Norwegian: slagsmål
- Polish: walka
- Portuguese: luta
- Romanian: luptă lupte
- Russian: противоборство
- Spanish: pelea
- Swedish: slagsmål
- Thai: การต่อสู้
- Turkish: dövüş
- Ukrainian: боротьба
- Vietnamese: trận chiến đấu
- Arabic: يُقَاتِلُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: lutar
- Chinese: 对抗
- Croatian: boriti se
- Czech: bojovat
- Danish: kæmpe
- Dutch: vechten
- European Spanish: combatir
- Finnish: taistella
- French: se battre
- German: kämpfen
- Greek: μάχομαι
- Italian: lottare
- Japanese: 戦う
- Korean: 싸우다
- Norwegian: slåss
- Polish: wywalczyć walczyć
- Portuguese: lutar
- Romanian: a lupta
- Russian: сражаться
- Spanish: luchar
- Swedish: slåss
- Thai: ต่อสู้
- Turkish: dövüşmek
- Ukrainian: боротися
- Vietnamese: chiến đấu
Translation of fight from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary