Expression: "To Struggle With"











TO STRUGGLE WITH = HAVE DIFFICULTY WITH, FIGHT AGAINST

IN FRENCH = AVOIR DU MAL/SE BATTRE/LUTTER

Examples:

- I'm really struggling with this project. I'll need to employ some temporary staff to help me.

- Consumers continue to struggle with increasing prices.

- Employees struggle with balancing their work and life.


PRACTICE AND THINK IN ENGLISH

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Source: English For Business

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