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aggressive

adjective   /əˈɡres·ɪv/
angry and violent towards another person agresivo aggressive behaviour
aggressively adverb /əˈɡres·ɪv·li/
agresivamente These dogs sometimes behave aggressively.
aggressiveness noun [no plural] /əˈɡres·ɪv·nəs/
agresividad
(Definition of aggressive from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aggressive

adjective /əˈɡresiv/
ready to attack or oppose; quarrelsome agresivo He’s a very aggressive boy who he is always fighting at school.
aggressively adverb
agresivamente The two men were shouting aggressively at each other.
aggressiveness noun
agresividad She must learn to control her aggressiveness.
aggression /-ʃən/ noun
(a feeling of) hostility agresión Does your dog show aggression towards other dogs?
aggressor noun
(in a war etc) the party which attacks first agresor They do not consider the US to be a potential aggressor.
(Definition of aggressive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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