aggressive

英 [əˈɡres.ɪv]      美 [əˈɡres.ɪv]
  • adj. 侵略性的;好斗的;有进取心的;有闯劲的
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aggressive (adj.)
1791, from Latin aggress-, past participle stem of aggredi "to approach, attack" (see aggression) + -ive. In psychological use from 1913, first in translations of Freud. Related: Aggressively; aggressiveness.
1. He is respected as a very aggressive and competitive executive.
他是一位锐意进取、竞争意识很强的主管,颇受尊敬。
2. Her aggressive moods alternated with gentle or more co-operative states.
她情绪多变,时而咄咄逼人,时而又显得温柔平和或乐于合作。
3. It could be argued that the British are not aggressive enough.
可以说英国人不够强势。
4. We decided that in the game we would be physical and aggressive.
我们决定在比赛中积极拼抢,大胆进攻。
5. On the Stock Exchange, aggressive buying propped the market up.
在证券交易所,市场在大量买单的推动下有所上扬。