A ceasefire agreement between Israel and Hamas will produce results on Thursday.
【Background Knowledge ～なぜ今それなわけ？～】
・Egyptの仲介で、the UN Security CouncilはIsraelとHamasに対し停戦合意を働きかけ
・Hamasの正式名称は「イスラーム抵抗運動（Hamas: Harakat al-Muquawama al-Islamiya）」で、この語はイスラム語で「激情」も意味し、イスラエルに対して、テロリズムを含めた武装闘争路線を維持
1 V-RECIP V with n, pl-n V over n, pl-n V
If one person tussles with another, or if they tussle, they get hold of each other and struggle or fight.
Tussle is also a noun.
2 V-RECIP V for n with n, pl-n V for/over n
If one person tussles with another for something, or if they tussle for it, they try to beat each other in order to get it. (JOURNALISM)
N-COUNT usu with supp
Tussle is also a noun.
3 V with n
If someone tussles with a difficult problem or issue, they try hard to solve it (= wrestle). (JOURNALISM)
If someone or something evinces a particular feeling or quality, they show that feeling or quality, often indirectly. (FORMAL)
be V-ed, V n
If someone or something is reviled, people hate them intensely or show their hatred of them (= hate). (FORMAL)
If something is extant, it is still in existence, in spite of being very old (= surviving). (FORMAL)
1 N-COUNT with supp
An entrant is a person who has recently become a member of an institution such as a university.
An entrant is a person who is taking part in a competition (= contestant).
Ostensible is used to describe something that seems to be true or is officially stated to be true, but about which you or other people have doubts (= alleged). (FORMAL)
1 ADJ usu ADJ n disapproval
Something that is spurious seems to be genuine, but is false.
2 ADJ usu ADJ n disapproval
A spurious argument or way of reasoning is incorrect, and so the conclusion is probably incorrect.
Heresy is a belief or action that most people think is wrong, because it disagrees with beliefs that are generally accepted.
Heresy is a belief or action which seriously disagrees with the principles of a particular religion.
Penury is the state of being extremely poor. (FORMAL)
V pron-refl with n, also V pron-refl disapproval
If someone tries to ingratiate themselves with you, they do things to try and make you like them.
ADJ usu ADJ n
A callow young person has very little experience or knowledge of the way they should behave as an adult.
1 VERB usu with brd-neg, V n
If someone will not countenance something, they do not agree with it and will not allow it to happen. (FORMAL)
Someone's countenance is their face. (LITERARY)
ADJ usu v-link ADJ, oft ADJ by n, ADJ to-inf emphasis
If you say that you are flabbergasted, you are emphasizing that you are extremely surprised.
(語義～ Collins COBUILD Dictionary)
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