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wrestling in Other sports topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwrestlingwres‧tling /ˈreslɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  DSOFIGHTa sport in which two people fight by holding each other and trying to make each other fall to the ground
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wrestlinga professional wrestlera wrestling matchHe could just about ride a bike and he liked wrestling and playing football, usually in goal.He won six high-school wrestling matches in a row.After the Nazimov Rescript they had to start wrestling with details.Meanwhile there's nothing mystical about the version of Sumo wrestling going on in the city centre.Sumo wrestling originated in Japan.He had to judge the wrestling which would be the chew in the conversation of the valley for weeks.It is clear that Watson spends a great deal of time wrestling with his conscience over the choice between morals and results.Big, raw-boned farm hands, they looked to Grant as though they spent their working time wrestling bulls - and winning!For several sleepless nights, Charity had been engaged in what she would call tiny wrestling with herself.