[fahy-ter-in-ter-sep-ter] /ˈfaɪ tərˌɪn tərˈsɛp tər/
a fighter plane used for the defense of a region against air attack, especially by attacking bombers.
[fahy-ter-bom-er] /ˈfaɪ tərˈbɒm ər/ noun, Military. 1. an aircraft that combines the functions of a fighter and a bomber. noun 1. a high-performance aircraft that combines the roles of fighter and bomber
[fahy-ting] /ˈfaɪ tɪŋ/ adjective 1. fit to : a boxer who’s no longer in fighting shape. 2. tending or meant to stir up a or hostility: fighting words. [fahyt] /faɪt/ noun 1. a battle or combat. 2. any contest or struggle: a fight for recovery from an illness. 3. an angry argument or disagreement: Whenever […]
noun 1. a chair fastened to the deck at the stern of a seagoing fishing boat for use by an angler in landing a large fish.
noun 1. a possibility of success following a struggle. noun 1. a slight chance of success dependent on a struggle A possibility of winning, but only with a struggle. For example, It’s going to be hard to beat that record, but I think he has a fighting chance. [ Late 1800s ]