決闘, 果たし合い, 一騎打ち
Noun(1) a prearranged fight with deadly weapons by two people (accompanied by seconds(2) any struggle between two skillful opponents (individuals or groups
Verb(1) fight a duel, as over one's honor or a woman
(1) In 1972 the two had fought out an epic duel for the Open championship at Muirfield.(2) He entered into a verbal duel with his officer and later opened indiscriminate fire at him.(3) To take the gold, Carter engaged in a head-to-head duel with his countryman, world champion Bevan Docherty.(4) shall we duel over this?(5) The President won a clear victory in the second encounter - the month-long duel of the political conventions.(6) The pairs contest was an exciting duel between China and Canada.(7) He quickly apologized, but the rather impetuous soldier demanded that the matter be settled in a sword duel .(8) two eminent critics engaged in a verbal duel(9) When fighting out an epic duel with Courier in the Australian Open a few years ago Sampras appeared on the verge of collapse from cramp.(10) Any civil disputes, in future, will be settled via a duel .(11) He turns aggressive and a verbal duel follows, shattering any semblance of peace that remains.(12) he won by a short head after a great final-furlong duel(13) Their betrothal is interrupted by an argument between their fathers and Guido has to defend the family honour in a duel , killing Lotario.(14) Their semi-final duel with Banbridge at Rifle Park was always going to a special day and the Banbridge men made sure that all the stops were pulled out to impress both on and off the pitch.(15) The ruling is incapable of ending the duel between the opposition and the ruling party.(16) Falvelon's victory in the Sprint came after a testing duel in the final furlong with American challenger Morluc.
(1) fight a duel :: 決闘を戦います
1. affair of honor ::
2. single combat ::
4. confrontation ::
5. face-off ::
6. shoot-out ::
7. fight a duel ::
8. fight ::
9. battle ::
10. combat ::
11. contend ::
duel, dueled, dueler, duelers, dueling, duelings, duelist, duelists, duelling, duellings, duels
Word Example from TV Shows
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Do you know what I learned,
losing that DUEL?
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 7
Perhaps you chose
the wrong man to DUEL with.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
They shoved each other
and threatened to DUEL
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3
I see no other option than
to challenge you to a DUEL.
The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 17
He almost killed Petyr in a DUEL.
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5
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