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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfightbackfight‧back /ˈfaɪtbæk/ noun [countable] British English  an attempt by someone to get back to a position of strength after they have lost it, especially in sport Arsenal staged a spirited fightback in the second half.
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fightbackBut that was before Sporting's exhilarating fightback.But she's being encouraged in her fightback by a young rider who's recovering from a similar fall.Soon after the virus arrives, the number of protective cells falls, only to rise as the body's fightback begins.
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