Translation of infighting in Spanish:


luchas internas, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪnˌfaɪdɪŋ//ˈɪnfʌɪtɪŋ/


  • 1

    (in organization)
    luchas internas feminine
    luchas intestinas feminine formal
    • It was a fragile new nation beset by political infighting and civil war involving ethnic minorities and communists backed by China.
    • And I'd prefer not to delete posts, but those suggesting infighting within the staff gave me no choice.
    • The big question is whether we will seize that opportunity or again let the transport debate get mired in political infighting and obfuscation.
    • The ensuing and recurrent financial crises led to constant infighting within the ruling clique.
    • Weill had big plans at the credit card company, but political infighting and a clash of personalities kept him from achieving most of them.
    • This does require that Muslim organizations stop infighting and pool all their resources.
    • It certainly doesn't help that, at a time like this, political infighting has begun to compete for center stage.
    • Other factors contributed to the debacle, such as political infighting between the Red Cross and federal and provincial agencies.
    • All this infighting within the political parties is giving aid and comfort to the enemy.
    • If he fails to do this his term as General Secretary will be noticeable only for division, infighting and factional warfare.
    • This back-stabbing confirms and supports Naki's assertion that there are divisions and infighting within the organisation.
    • That will not be accomplished by bickering and discord and infighting on a grand scale.
    • The problem has been exacerbated by what many believe is a combination of factional infighting within the Church and a declining number of priests from which to chose.
    • In boroughs political infighting became almost continuous, as rival factions fought for control of corporate institutions.
    • The infighting within his bloated campaign attracted as much, if not more, ink and airtime than his policy ideas.
    • Political infighting between councillors both across and within parties is mentioned and criticised adversely.
    • Actually, the juiciest infighting and personal political battles began with the birth of this great nation.
    • Very little coverage has been given to the infighting within Loyalist organisations and the possible implications for Scotland.
    • Throughout his reign many potential advances and reforms were stymied through factionalism and constant political infighting.
    • Observers point out that a decision by Jiang to stay on as party secretary would likely lead to factional infighting within the party.
  • 2

    (in boxing)
    combate cerrado masculine
    • Infighting is an important part of any serious bout and to be a competent boxer you must master it.
    • Is there an advantage to practicing close, infighting boxing for fights like this?
    • It applies very well for infighting and being able to take an opponent down while controlling him.