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attack

verb /əˈtӕk/
to make a sudden, violent attempt to hurt or damage
atacar
He attacked me with a knife The village was attacked from the air.
to speak or write against
atacar
The Prime Minister’s policy was attacked in the newspapers.
(in games) to attempt to score a goal
atacar
Real Madrid were attacking the Barcelona goal.
to make a vigorous start on
lanzarse (a)
It’s time we attacked that pile of work.
attacker /əˈtækə/ noun a person who attacks someone else
Agresor
a sex attacker.
(Definition of attack from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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