In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1pelea femininelucha feminineto have a tussle — discutir
1pelearsepelearsediscutirto tussle (with sb) (for/over sth) — pelearse (con algn) (por algo)
- Boys tussled in the branches above her, shaking leaves down upon her.
- Recent fears that something between the gangs was brewing came to light about a month ago when associates of the opposing gangs tussled in central Rotorua.
- They tussled on the floor, an oddly muted fight as they were both trying to shield the book from damage.
- Blood dripped from somewhere - neither of them knew where - onto the floor and drops of it flew like sparks from a fire as the two tussled fiercely.
- Macedonian and ethnic Albanian politicians tussled over future policing at talks yesterday as the government and rebels accused each other of violating a truce.
- The jockeying of the past few months, as they tussled over the top job and sized each other across the Cabinet table, was only the last act of rift that had opened up over many years.
- With muffled thuds and a yelp, Ace and the thief tussled on the floor.
- A Tullow woman tussled violently with her attackers as they attempted to steal her handbag before they dragged her along the road until she smacked her head off a lamp-post.
- But despite his injuries, he tussled with the man for several minutes before finally letting him out of his shop when he threatened to kill him.
- They tussled in the dirt for a while, Pyre reckoned she was winning.
- The only thing that surprised me bearing in mind the previous night's tales was that I couldn't hear the wildlife crashing around in the trees as they tussled for a vantage point from which to ambush me.
- They tussled and screamed right in the middle of the cafeteria, everyone was completely silent.
- The Czech Republic slipped into second while Australia, Ireland and Austria tussled for third.
- He got a black eye tussling under the boards with Shaquille O'Neal in a rousing win against the Lakers, snapping Los Angeles' 19-game winning streak.
- In heat two, Poland and the Czech Republic tussled for the top spot.
- Behind them Great Britain, Ukraine and the Netherlands tussled for the final two spots.
- As Canada continued to lead and Australia and Germany tussled, a new challenge was developing over in lane 5.
- Later, show host Miller said he had feared there would be injuries as the two men tussled.
- With both chip makers already tussling for those all-important hard-to-see-on-TV car-component sponsorship spaces, they are now attempting to outdo each other in the car design arena.
- For most of the last century musicians, conductors and scholars have tussled over the best way to deal with the sketches Mahler left behind when he died in 1910.
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