What would be the Spanish uses or translations for the word 'struggle'?
For instance the expressions:
- We're part of the struggle.
- I´m struggling to make ends meet.
- The struggle is real.
- I'm struggling financially.
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I assume you have already taken a look at a bilingual dictionary such as WordReference. The problem with struggle is that it doesn't coincide exactly with any of its Spanish translations. In your examples one can distinguish several core meanings:
Note the particular grammar pattern of costar, similar to that of gustar: