• resist arrest
  • 逮捕に抵抗する
  • resist disease
  • 病気にかからない
  • resist the lure of drugs
  • 麻薬の誘惑に負けない
  • A circumstance occurred during the action which so strongly marks the invincible spirit of British seamen, when engaging the enemies of their country, that I cannot resist the pleasure I have in making it known to their Lordships; the Temeraire was boarded by accident; or design, by a French ship on one side, and a Spaniard on the other; the contest was vigorous, but, in the end the combined ensigns were torn from the poop and the British hoisted in their places.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Temeraire (1798)
  • Also, a substantial number resisted because the Rangers' weapons and uniforms looked nothing like those of a few years earlier, for example, the Rangers wore caps, earlier soldiers had M1917 Helmets and incidentally, the Japanese also wore caps.
  • Wikipedia: Raid at Cabanatuan
  • Although highland groups initially resisted their colonial rulers, by the end of the colonial era in 1953 they had been subdued.
  • Wikipedia: Ratanakiri Province
  • Although the battlefront now lay in the border area, the port city of Tobruk—100 mi (160 km) inside Libya—had resisted the Axis advance, and its substantial Australian and British garrison constituted a significant threat to Rommel's lengthy supply chain.
  • Wikipedia: Operation Brevity
  • Although the Company was becoming increasingly bold and ambitious in putting down resisting states, it was getting clearer day by day that the Company was incapable of governing the vast expanse of the captured territories.
  • Wikipedia: History of Tamil Nadu
  • Back in Lisbon, the 'Armed Revolutionary Action' branch of the Portuguese Communist Party, which was created in the late 1960s, and the Revolutionary Brigades (BR), a left-wing organisation, worked to resist the colonial wars.
  • Wikipedia: Mozambican War of Independence
  • Contrary views of Baden-Powell's actions during the siege argue that his success in resisting the Boers was secured at the expense of the lives of the native African soldiers and civilians, including members of his own African garrison.
  • Wikipedia: Robert Baden-Powell, 1st Baron Baden-Powell
  • Emperor Hirohito cited damage from the attacks, inadequate preparations to resist invasion and the Soviet offensive as his justifications for authorizing the surrender.
  • Wikipedia: Air raids on Japan
  • For Native Americans, Pontiac's War demonstrated the possibilities of pan-tribal cooperation in resisting Anglo-American colonial expansion.
  • Wikipedia: Pontiac's War
  • Gorgopas continued to resist fiercely until Flamininus arrived with 4,000 additional troops that he had recently recruited.
  • Wikipedia: War against Nabis
  • He also refortified the city's ancient walls, allowing the Despotate to resist the Ottomans for almost 70 years.
  • Wikipedia: Belgrade
  • He goes on to assert that he resisted petitions from Nicomedians to forbid Christians from their city (an event Eusebius does not otherwise record), and that when he accepted the demands of deputations from other cities he was only following imperial custom.
  • Wikipedia: Diocletianic Persecution
  • However the Itza had local Maya enemies who resisted this conversion, and in 1696 Avendaño was fortunate to escape with his life.
  • Wikipedia: Spanish conquest of Guatemala
  • However, many times in the history of science, scientists have resisted new discoveries by selectively interpreting or ignoring unfavorable data.
  • Wikipedia: Confirmation bias
  • In 1973, Cooper resisted an attempt to name a federal building in his honor.
  • Wikipedia: John Sherman Cooper
  • In the reign of Siegfried II of Westerburg (1275–1295), it successfully resisted a five-week siege by the Count of Cleves.
  • Wikipedia: Siege of Godesberg
  • Inside Calabozos, the ash resisted welding and contains more phenocrysts.
  • Wikipedia: Calabozos
  • Intended to resist the impact of a 1,000-pound (450 kg) armour-piercing bomb dropped from a height of 14,000 feet (4,300 m), Vanguard's deck protection was identical to that of the King George V class.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Vanguard (23)
  • James's bishops forced his Five Articles of Perth through a General Assembly the following year; but the rulings were widely resisted.
  • Wikipedia: James VI and I
  • Knox went a step further by suggesting Kentucky would be reimbursed for any costs incurred resisting the French by force, should such action become necessary.
  • Wikipedia: Isaac Shelby
  • Like with Tyrannosaurus, the maxillary (cheek) teeth of Albertosaurus were adapted in general form to resist lateral forces exerted by a struggling prey.
  • Wikipedia: Albertosaurus
  • Men rushed to buy him drinks and he could not resist.
  • Wikipedia: Robin Friday
  • Nevertheless, Charles de Lannoy, who had concentrated some 16,000 men to resist the 33,000 French troops closing on Milan, decided that the city could not be defended and withdrew to Lodi on 26 October.
  • Wikipedia: Italian War of 1521–1526
  • Newspapers sensationalized the murder, describing Fryer's attempts to resist Washington's attack, although the doctor who had examined her body concluded that she was killed before she could resist.
  • Wikipedia: Lynching of Jesse Washington