attackverbuk /əˈtæk/ us /əˈtæk/
attack verb (HURT)
- Her voice shook as she spoke about the person who attacked her.
- He attacked the man with a broken bottle.
- She used to love cats but one attacked her and she doesn't like them anymore.
- The army has been criticized for attacking the unarmed civilian population.
- Earlier today a man was arrested for attacking a motorist in a road rage incident.
attack verb (CRITICIZE)
attack verb (DAMAGE)
attack verb (SPORT)
attack verb (DEAL WITH)
attacknounuk /əˈtæk/ us /əˈtæk/
attack noun (VIOLENT ACT)
- The terrorist attack on the UN building has shocked the civilized world.
- The submarine dived just in time to avoid the enemy attack.
- The police have to arm themselves against attack.
- An 80-year-old woman was badly hurt in what the police describe as an apparently motiveless attack .
- The rebel headquarters took a direct hit from a bomb during the attack.
attack noun (CRITICISM)
attack noun (ILLNESS)
attack noun (SPORT)