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23:04 Jun 2, 2001
English to Japanese translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Fighting

Summary of answers provided
nakenka wo shiteiru
Amy Kasuga
natatakai (戦い or 闘い), arasoi (争い), kenka (喧嘩)
Chihiro Tsuchida



7 hrs
tatakai (戦い or 闘い), arasoi (争い), kenka (喧嘩)

The answer really depends on the situation.

Tatakai refers to "physical fighting", while arasoi (争い) refers to larger conflicts (e.g. battles)

Kenka (喧嘩) refers to fights between children or arguments between adults.

There are various other translations besides these. Please provide some context if you need a clearer answer.

Chihiro Tsuchida
Local time: 19:19
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19 hrs
kenka wo shiteiru

"Fighting" as in arguing
Tatakai wo suru
"Battle" as in war
"Fight" as in man to man conflict

Amy Kasuga
United States
Local time: 14:19
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
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