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He struggled a little at first, but he reads well now.
Andy was coughing and struggling for breath.
They've had to struggle with the painful process of modernization.
She was struggling to cope with the demands of her work.
She picked the child up, but he struggled and kicked.
They struggled for possession of the gun.
We have to struggle to win our freedom.
Different factions in the movement are struggling for supremacy.
women struggling against oppression
This is the American English definition of struggle. View British English definition of struggle.
a frightening or unfriendly low noise