combatant, battler, belligerent, fighter, scrappernoun
someone who fights (or is fighting)
fighter, fighter aircraft, attack aircraftnoun
a high-speed military or naval airplane designed to destroy enemy aircraft in the air
champion, fighter, hero, paladinnoun
someone who fights for a cause
A boxer; a pugilist.
A person with the determination and will to persist through great difficulty to achieve a goal; one with the courage to fight and resist an opponent, and to struggle with all one's powers.
(Mil.) A military aircraft designed to seek out and destroy enemy aircraft; it is usually smaller and more maneuvarable than aircraft designed specifically for bombing. However, hybrid fighter-bomber aircraft that perform both functions also are used.
A person who fights, a combatant.
A warrior; fighting soldier.
A pugnacious, competitive person.
A class of fixed-wing aircraft whose primary purpose is that of shooting down other aircraft. Some of these (Fighter-Attack or Attack aircraft) also have a secondary purpose of attacking ground targets.
A boxer or participant in any martial art.
A game with a focus on physical combat.
one who fights; a combatant; a warrior
Etymology: [AS. feohtere.]
The fighter is one of the standard playable character classes in the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. A fighter is a versatile, weapons-oriented warrior who fights using skill, strategy and tactics. Fighter is a generic and broad class; individual fighters have diverse backgrounds and different styles. Bodyguards, adventurers, former soldiers, invading bandit kings, or master swordsmen are all fighters, yet they come from all walks of life and backgrounds and often find themselves on very different alignments, goals, and sides in a conflict. In the 4th edition, Fighters are Martial Defenders. Other martial oriented character classes include the warlord, ranger, and rogue. Other defenders include the paladin.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
One who fights; a combatant; a warrior.
British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'fighter' in Nouns Frequency: #2066
The numerical value of fighter in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of fighter in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
I'm still hungry, I'm a fighter by nature, it's been difficult this year, I've had a lot of injuries. Then you try and compensate too much and you get another one and then another one.
The shooting down of a Russian fighter jet illustrates precisely why we need open lines of communication with Russia and should resist calls from some presidential candidates to isolate ourselves from discussions with our adversaries, in addition, those who are calling for a no-fly zone need to realize that shooting down other countries' fighter jets will be the result and a war between nuclear superpowers a possibility.
It's about dignity, it's about humanity, we don't understand why the embargo on Russian oil take so long. Why there is no fighter jets… there is no protection of sky.
I am not a cop killer. I am a freedom fighter, i am a Vietnam vet and people never ask me if I killed Vietnamese because that was authorized by the American government. I dedicated myself to liberating my people.
Everybody's underestimated her in the past, and they've always been able to pull it out, mary's a fighter. She's gonna fight up till the end, so I don't know.
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- борец, изтребител, боецBulgarian
- bojovník, válečník, stíhací letoun, stíhačkaCzech
- kriger, kampfly, fighterDanish
- Jäger, KämpferGerman
- guerrero, combatiente, caza, luchadorSpanish
- hävittäjä, taistelija, soturiFinnish
- chasseur, combattantFrench
- guerriero, combattente, cacciaItalian
- bellātor, pugnatorLatin
- karavīrs, karotājs, cīnītāja, cīnītājsLatvian
- kampvechter, krijger, kamper, bestrijder, vechtsporter, vechter, strijder, bikkel, gevechtsvliegtuig, straaljagerDutch
- chidí naatʼaʼí dilwoʼíNavajo, Navaho
- wojownik, bojownik, żołnierz, myśliwiecPolish
- guerreiro, lutadora, combatente, caça, lutador, guerreiraPortuguese
- combatant, combatantă, persoană bătăioasă, luptătoare, persoană combativă, luptătorRomanian
- боец, борец, воин, истребительRussian
- borac, bojovnikSerbo-Croatian
- bórec, bórkaSlovene
- jaktflygplan, slagskämpe, krigare, kämpeSwedish
- dövüşçü, savaşçıTurkish
- đấu sĩVietnamese
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