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aggression

noun [U]  us   /əˈɡreʃ·ən/
actions or behavior that use threats or force against others: We regard the presence of troops on our border as an act of aggression.
Translations of “aggression”
in Korean 공격…
in Arabic عُدْوان…
in Portuguese agressividade, agressão…
in Catalan agressivitat…
in Japanese 攻撃, 侵害…
in Italian aggressione, aggressività…
in Chinese (Traditional) 侵略, 侵犯, 攻擊…
in Russian агрессия…
in Turkish saldırganlık, nedensiz kavga…
in Chinese (Simplified) 侵略, 侵犯, 攻击…
in Polish agresja…
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