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He had a fight with a man outside a pub in North London.
Every week there are fights between rival fans.
As a young man, he was always getting into fights.
The man seemed determined to pick a fight with (=start a fight with) someone.
Most teenagers have fights with their parents.
The fight for control of the company lasted several weeks.
This is an important step forward in the fight against terrorism.
She died yesterday after a long fight against cancer.
After her husband died there was very little fight left in her.
We put up a good fight in this match and were unlucky to lose.
This is the British English definition of fight. View American English definition of fight.