To engage in legal proceedings.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "litigate" in a sentence
"If the Republicans swagger in and try to "litigate" this on the public airwaves, President Obama will dismiss them out of hand."
"When underlings asked him to defend the company more forcefully against charges that it was largely to blame for the housing crisis, he told employees that he didn't want to "litigate" the past, two people familiar with the matter said."
"Neither the Group nor Fiesta-Panama will "litigate" its legal proceedings in the press."