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aggro

noun [U] uk   /ˈæɡ.rəʊ/ us    /-roʊ/ UK informal
violent or threatening behaviour, especially between groups of young people: There was some aggro between rival fans at the station. trouble or difficulty: Why are you being so uncooperative? I don't need this aggro.
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