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    struggled with

    When you say "struggled with someone", does it mean "you fight with him body-to-body"?
    38)A man had waited outside the window. Someone had brought the jewels to him. The deed had been overseen by another man. He had pursued the thief and had s
    truggled with him.

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    Re: struggled with

    Quote Originally Posted by keannu View Post
    When you say "struggled with someone", does it mean "you fight with him body-to-body"?
    38)A man had waited outside the window. Someone had brought the jewels to him. The deed had been overseen by another man. He had pursued the thief and had struggled with him.
    Yes, there was some sort of physical interaction.

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