Top 10 similar words or synonyms for combat

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for combat

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ទាំងអស់ផ្កាយ: ការប្រកួតនិងសូដា Level 211 EvilElite Combat Boar
ទាំងអស់ផ្កាយ: ការប្រកួតនិងសូដា Level 477 EvilElite Combat Boar
ទាំងអស់ផ្កាយ: ការប្រកួតនិងសូដា Level 734 EvilLegendary Combat Boar
ទាំងអស់ផ្កាយ: ការប្រកួតនិងសូដា Level 323 EvilLegendary Combat Boar
អង្គការពលកម្មអន្ដរជាតិ The Special Action Programme to combat Forced Labour (SAP-FL) has spearheaded the ILO’s work in this field since early 2002. The programme is designed to:
កម្មវិធីស្បៀងអាហារពិភពលោក WFP food aid is also directed to fight micronutrient deficiencies, reduce child mortality, improve maternal health, and combat disease, including HIV and AIDS. Food-for-work programmes help promote environmental and economic stability and agricultural production.
ទ្រោញ In Udyoga Parva of Mahabarath, Bhishma declared Drona as a mighty Maharathi, or a warrior capable of fighting 60,000 warriors simultaneously; circumspect in his mastery of all forms of weapons and combat skills.
អឝ្វតថាមន In Udyoga Parva of Mahabarath, Bhishma declared Ashwatthama as a mighty Maharathi, or a warrior capable of fighting 60,000 warriors simultaneously; circumspect in his mastery of all forms of weapons and combat skills.
ទាហាន In the United States, the term warfighter is often used to refer collectively to all whose job it is to do the actual fighting, although in 2011 the U.S. Army officially started calling its combat personnel soldiers instead of warfighters, in part to avoid confusion among "warfighters" assigned to peace-keeping or other types of duties beyond combat activities. The army has not completely phased out this terminology and still uses "warfighter" in various contexts such as the Project Manager Warfighter Information Network-Tactical.
អង្គរ The principal temple of the Angkorian region, Angkor Wat, was built between 1113 and 1150 by King Suryavarman II. Suryavarman ascended to the throne after prevailing in a battle with a rival prince. An inscription says that, in the course of combat, Suryavarman leapt onto his rival's war elephant and killed him, just as the mythical bird-man Garuda slays a serpent.