killer instinct Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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killer instinctnoun [C usually singular]

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a way of ​behaving in ​order to ​achieve an ​advantage for yourself without ​considering or ​worrying if it ​hurts other ​people
(Definition of killer instinct from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “killer instinct”
in Chinese (Simplified) 损人利已的本能, 拼杀的本性…
in Chinese (Traditional) 損人利已的本能, 拼殺的本性…
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