Noun(1) a fiercely disputed contest(2) disorderly fighting(3) an aerial engagement between fighter planes(4) a violent fight between dogs (sometimes organized illegally for entertainment and gambling
Verb(1) arrange for an illegal dogfight(2) engage in an aerial battle with another fighter plane
(1) That's when qualifiers from the 14 regional venues will join the exempted players in a 36-hole dogfight over four courses for a coveted place in the starting line-up on Thursday week.(2) Being over friendly territory, I could see no reason for landing immediately, so I turned toward a big dogfight and shortly had another 190 in my sights.(3) We want to be in that dogfight for the overall win.(4) With its first 19 games against the A.L. West, the club will get a preview of what appears to be another three-team dogfight for the division.(5) There is no exciting relegation dogfight for those at the bottom end of the scale.(6) So far, the Korea-style dogfight seems to have all but disappeared from the air-to-air battle.(7) An aerial dogfight swiftly erupted at 8000 feet above the Adriatic.(8) Should the standard settings be too much for you, or you'd just like to blow planes out of the sky, you have the option of arcade style where you can dogfight to your heart's content.(9) With his claiming more MP supporters than all his four rivals combined, he is assured a place in the final, two-person dogfight - where a winner is chosen by a vote of the 300,000 party members.(10) A right, auld political dogfight is shaping up in the town and surrounds as local election activity starts to step up a gear.(11) In a dogfight near Venlo in The Netherlands, his Spitfire was hit but he still shot down a Messerschmitt.(12) They are in a comfortable fourth place in the Nationwide Conference standings and can taste a place in the historic first ever end-of-season dogfight .(13) the meeting deteriorated into a dogfight(14) Gone are the days of constantly firing missile after missile; once you're out, you're down to your machine guns, so you better learn how to dogfight effectively.(15) Owning a fighting dog and watching a dogfight are also illegal in almost all states.(16) On the other hand, if the cable operator gets there just in time, they're likely to end up in a dogfight with the competition for every single customer.
(1) dog fight :: Hundekampf
1. rough-and-tumble ::
2. tussle ::
3. scuffle ::
4. hassle ::
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