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aggressive 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/əˈgresiv/,
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Ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from aggression,
  1. Ready or likely to attack or confront; characterized by or resulting from aggression
    • - he's very uncooperative and aggressive
    • - aggressive behavior
  2. Pursuing one's aims and interests forcefully, sometimes unduly so
    • - an aggressive businessman

  1. having or showing determination and energetic pursuit of your ends; "an aggressive businessman"; "an aggressive basketball player"; "he was aggressive and imperious; positive in his convictions"; "aggressive drivers"
  2. tending to spread quickly; "an aggressive tumor"
  3. characteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight; "aggressive acts against another country"; "a belligerent tone"
  4. (aggressiveness) aggression: a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack
  5. (aggression) a disposition to behave aggressively
  6. (aggression) violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked
  7. In psychology, as well as other social and behavioral sciences, aggression (also called combativeness) refers to behavior between members of the same species that is intended to cause pain or harm. ...
  8. (Aggression (poker)) In the game of poker, opens and raises are considered aggressive plays, while calls and checks are considered passive (though a check-raise would be considered a very aggressive play). ...
  9. (Aggression (war crime)) A war of aggression is a military conflict waged without the justification of self-defense. Waging such a war of aggression is a war crime under the customary international law. ...
  10. (The Aggression) The Aggression (released in West Germany as Der Angriff and in France as L'agression) is a 1988 West German television movie. It is a Heimatfilm. The plot centers around the attempted rape of pharmacist Ilse Trapmann, portrayed by Pascale Petit. ...
  11. Tending or disposed to aggress; characterized by aggression; making assaults; unjustly attacking
  12. (Aggressively) Used in context of general equities. For a customer it means working to buy or sell one's stock, with an emphasis on execution over price. ...
  13. (Aggressiveness) Attempting to get your own way in a dispute by putting physical or verbal pressure on the other person.
  14. (Aggressiveness) Counterpart of race-non-specific resistance; the ability of the isolate to grow vigorously on or in its host. The more aggressive an isolate of a pathogen is the more of the host tissue it can invade in a given time.
  15. (Aggressiveness) seeks new business by identifying trends and developing new products and services to consumers.
  16. (aggressiveness) Last stroke of "g", "j", "y" and "p" carried forward with a strong and vigorous swing.
  17. (aggressiveness) Of a plant pathogen: relative ability to colonize and cause damage to plants. (21) See also virulence. (Note: The Federation of British Plant Pathologists, now the British Society for Plant Pathology, has rejected this term and considered it to be synonymous with pathogenicity.) (8)
  18. (Aggression) Forceful action against another person, which may be physical, verbal, or symbolic, and is meant to cause pain. Such behavior may be hostile or destructive or it may be for self-protection.
  19. (Aggression) Physical and verbal acts of hostility.
  20. (aggression) Forceful behaviour with intent to dominate; physical or verbal force directed toward the environment, another person, or oneself.
  21. (aggression) behavior aimed at causing harm to another person. 626
  22. (Aggression (1933–1939)) rise of Nazism and campaign of Poland
  23. (Aggression) A broad general term to describe a composite behavioral display consisting of behavioral sub-components such as chasing, growling, snarling, snapping, biting or other behaviors, usually in specified contexts, suggestive of a motivation akin to resource guarding, territorial defense, ...
  24. (Aggression) A deluded mental factor that is an increase of the root delusion anger that wishes to hurt or harm others physically or verbally. See Understanding the Mind.
  25. (Aggression) A disposition, a willingness to inflict harm, regardless of whether this is behaviourally or verbally expressed and regardless of whether physical harm is sustained.