In some countries such as South Korea, "Fighting" is used as words of cheer.
The meaning of "Fighting" is similar to the meaning of "Let's go" or "Do your best" or "Good luck"
M: Fighting!
F: Fighting? What's that mean?
M: It means cheer up
F: OK! Fighting!
by Ki Dae-Heon September 01, 2004
10 Words related to fighting
the national pastime of England

In the late 1700's a frenchman wrote a book titled the 'English love of fighting' In it he describes how the English delight in 'fisticufts in the street' and how they would gather round any altercation and whip it up into a full scale brawl. He also observed that the 'English have no love of politics and could never be led to revolution'and that 'they have no religion but gambling and drinking'
Fortunatley things have changed and we can now add footballas another religion
by bigmeuprudeboy October 06, 2003
Gettin your ass kicked with physical contact
Ben Williams was fighting Billy Glowacki, and got his ass kicked for talkin shit
by Billy Glowacki November 23, 2003
Not only a national sport in some countries, but also a very important life skill, especially if you're going to be someone like George Bush, who lives only for wars. Also, Remember that fighting is an inter-galactic passtime.
...Do i REALLY need to list an example? if you really want to see an example THAT badly, look at your students in the hallway nextime...sheesh.
by EVIL DEAMONIC PRESENSE 5000 November 17, 2003

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