have to fightEven if they're sick you have to fight to get them to leave class.’
fight backBut we fight back
fight offNula, 32, of North London, has had to fight off an attacker at a bus stop and survive a nightmare ride with a sinister mini-cab driver.
want to fightMr Cash and his Friends of Bruges seem to want to fight a battle against federalism today which may not have to be fought at all.
fight to getMe and Nicola used to fight to get on that.
fight betweenHe said: ‘It should be a good fight between Lennox and Ruddock.
able to fightDuff added: ‘Frank is ready, willing and able to fight Lennox.
good fightAnd sometimes there was the excitement of a good fight.
fight brokeIt appears a fight broke out after a game of pool.
fight to keepShe had to fight to keep away from him.
fight it outMayne and his group crept away, leaving the guards to fight it out between themselves.
must fightAnother thing I wrote (one writes things and the implications shriek — it's like suddenly realizing one's deaf), ‘I must fight with my weapons.
prepare to fight
fight shyas if to refute everything that Celia had been thinking, Dr Shalcross suddenly said, ‘Many women fight shy of motherhood for one reason or another.
fight likeI'm just wondering whether it's E D or E S, to fight like this.
title fightThe Brighton-based fighter, who stopped Benn in their WBO middleweight title fight in November 1990, added: I've nothing to prove by fighting Benn again, so if we do meet I've got to be given my passport to retirement.’