combat with/to/for/at?

You and I, we should combat………... him.
7 years ago
Asked 7 years ago
Car

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Combat something/somebody (no preposition): to fight against something/somebody. Combat with somebody: to fight on somebody's side. Combat for something/somebody: to fight for something/somebody.

Answered 7 years ago
StuPitt

with Combat with somebody = Fight against somebody
Answered 7 years ago
Kate




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