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  • The meaning of "Combat" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. basically asking "do you not know how to fight? "

  • Example sentences using "Combat"

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    2. Spending time doing some exercising is a great way to combat stress. Taking a walk in the park is another alternative to combat stress.

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    2. i had a combat with my enemy

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    2. Trump said he would combat the rise in opioid addiction. As a mother, I cannot understand taking children to combat zones. My uncle died in combat during the Korean War.

  • Similar words to "Combat" and their differences

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    2. They have a few small differences between them (in terms of meaning) but what's more important about them is how often they are used and how they are used in different contexts. In some cases, they are used for expressions. Fight is the most commonly used word. Since it is flexible, you can use "fight" in all of these sentences but it will sound less dramatic because sometimes it sounds petty and childish. Much like "combat", it has a connotation of physical contact but unlike it, it depends on the topic and the subjects involved. It is generally safe to use this word for everything. 1. Mom and dad had a fight. 2. I want to fight you. 3. The fight between East and West. (Used as an expression) 4. A fight between a lion and a tiger. 5. Fist-fighting is illegal. 6. The future is worth fighting for. (Expression) Battle is seldom used for anything now except to sound dramatic or for literary expressions. You can see it used for big historical "fights" in wars or in dramatic interpretations of events. This word has a feeling of greatness and grandeur (雄大) so if you want to use a word to make things sound big and important, use this. 1. Man and machine battled each other for pride and honor. 2. The Battle of the Bulge was a historic event. 3. Please tune in for the battle of the gods. 4. He was battling his fever for a long time but he finally died a month ago. 5. This is a battle of wits (Expression) Combat is used primarily for physical confrontations. They have a connotation of physical contact between the subjects involved. But it is sometimes used for abstract topics like medical topics for dramatic effect. 1. Physical combat is bloody and needless. 2. Hand-to-hand combat is hard to master. 3. To combat the spread of the common flu, use hand sanitizers before and after every meal. 4. The smell of combat is in the air. (Expression) Hostilities the least used and has a formal feel to it. You normally only see this between organizations, nations, war groups. It comes from the word "Hostile" which is an adjective (eg. Hostile intent). 1. The hostilities between US and Russia have ceased. 2. Stop the hostilities, I surrender. 3. There is no need for hostilities. (Expression) Of course there are exceptions and they can be used interchangeably. Sometimes one word is preferred over the other to sound fancy or for literary/stylistic effect. Hope this helps.

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    2. 네, 맞아요! ^^

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    2. Does "the US Marine Corps' variant" (1st paragraph) refer to F-35B? Yes. Is "the aircraft flying from the USS Essex amphibious assault ship" (1st paragraph) different from F-35B? No. The aircraft (plural) involved were XXX variant of that aircraft model and they were flying from YYY Note - plural for aircraft is aircraft.

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    2. Your welcome 😊👍🏼

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    2. Leaving their desks behind, students are keen to protest until politicians take actions to combat climate change. [ "take actions" could become just "act", and "act to combat" just "combat" or "act against" ]

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    2. Pay attention, everyone. In this case, when being attacked with a bayonet or a spear ... thusly...., or being delivered a blow with the foot... As I have taught you, you need to retreat beyond the range of opponent's attack. That is to say...DODGE/evade with a backward step.

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    2. Friends of the Earth is an international environmental organization in 74 countries. The organization arouses the interest of the public in environmental protection and convinces governments to take actions in the field.  The first time FoeI came to light was in 1971 when they staked 1500 used bottles of Schweppes at the gate of the company in order to show how (much) glassware is thrown (away).  They coordinate collection and recycling of paper, bottles, cans.  Friends of the Earth started a campaign against chlorfluorocarbon that affect the ozone layer. As a result of the campaign, McDonalds stop using chlorfluorocarbon in producing boxes for hamburgers. Acid (rain) is another problem FoeI are concern about. They established a regional network of facilitators to combat acid rains. They make proposals in the European Parliament demanding to decrease emission hazardous substances. 

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    2. Pros and cons are used in a situation where you are debating the possible advantages and disadvantages. For example, the pros and cons of getting a pet. Pros would be arguments for getting a pet. Cons would be arguments against getting a pet. You can't argue for or against an opponent unless you're debating whether or not to fight them.

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