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aggressive

adjective  /əˈɡres·ɪv/ us  
using strong, forceful methods esp. to sell or persuade: The company mounted an aggressive marketing campaign. You have to be aggressive if you want to succeed in this business.
aggressively
adverb  /əˈɡres·ɪv·li/ us  
The company is aggressively pursuing new business opportunities.
(Definition of aggressive from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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