vigorous struggle

vigorous struggle
активная борьба; отчаянная борьба

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  • scrimmage — scrimmager, n. /skrim ij/, n., v., scrimmaged, scrimmaging. n. 1. a rough or vigorous struggle. 2. Football. a. the action that takes place between the teams from the moment the ball is snapped until it is declared dead. Cf. line of scrimmage. b …   Universalium

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