- adj.侵略的，侵犯的，攻势的; （美）有进取心的，积极行动的; 有进取心的，有闯劲的; 好争斗的，借故生端的，爱打架的，要打架的;
- 比较级: more aggressive;
- 最高级: most aggressive;
- 副词: aggressively;
- 名词: aggressiveness;
He gets aggressive when he's drunk.
He is respected as a very aggressive and competitive executive.
He's full of himself, sharp and aggressive and sometimes he comes over badly.
Her sharp, aggressive tone set in motion the events that led to her downfall.
It could be argued that the British are not aggressive enough.
We decided that in the game we would be physical and aggressive.
Aggressive behaviour is a sign of emotional distress.
On the Stock Exchange, aggressive buying propped the market up.
As a warning shot across the bows of rivals, it is already setting aggressive prices.
Lily was in one of her aggressive moods.
The Zambian game is much more aggressive than European soccer.
She knew she had to take the initiative and maintain an aggressive game throughout.
The guard dog was now in kennels as it was not aggressive.
The Front adopted an aggressive propaganda campaign against its rivals.
If you venture from "feminine" standards, you are labelled aggressive and hostile.
Even his closest allies describe him as forceful, aggressive and determined.
Bernard was once collared by an aggressive stranger in Soho.
If you're too assertive they regard you as an aggressive hysterical woman. I mean, you can't win!
People tend to be more aggressive when they're young and more conservative as they get older.
Aggressive men turn me off completely.
The dogs are trained to be aggressive.
You'd better keep the two aggressive boys apart.
U.S. business today is challenged by aggressive overseas competitors.
At first he was most dictatorial and aggressive in what he said, but when he realised that he would get nowhere by that means , he began to sing another tune.
起初他的说法十分专横武断, 但当他认识到这样做行不通的时候, 他就开始改弦易辙了.
He was acting out his feelings of inferiority by being overly aggressive.
They were neither aggressive nor ostentatious.
To be honest, he is too aggressive.
Martin is too aggressive.
They are aggressive.
Those who take risks they regret later on are usually very aggressive.
are usually very aggressive
Far from the traditional image of a culture of aggressive masculinity (阳刚), the absence of girls gives boys the chance to develop without pressure to conform to a stereotype.
Even problems with crime and aggressive behaviour are reduced when there is contact with the natural world.
Macy's has been moving aggressively to try to remake itself for a new era of shopping.
When males get angry, they can become aggressive or even commit violence.
The traits that characterise him are very contradictory to the racial stereotypes that black people are aggressive and uneducated," says Ashby Plant of Florida State University.
This attitude would have surprised the ancient Greeks,who believed humor to be essentially aggressive.
Aggressive wildfire control has left California forests crowded with small trees that compete with big trees for resources.
2019年高考英语浙江卷 阅读理解 阅读C 原文
Both of us had the qualities and virtues that are typical of American actors: humorous, aggressive, and making fun of each other - but always with an underlying affection.
2017年高考英语全国卷2 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
If acceptable social behavior is too strictly defined and controlled, the insensitive or aggressive behavior that administrators are seeking to minimize may actually be encouraged.
2016年高考英语北京卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文
In those situations, it’s better to be more aggressive than less aggressive.
1. having or showing determination and energetic pursuit of your ends;
"an aggressive businessman"
"an aggressive basketball player"
"he was aggressive and imperious; positive in his convictions"
2. marked by aggressive ambition and energy and initiative;
"an aggressive young exective"
"a pushful insurance agent"
"a pushing youth intent on getting on in the world"
3. tending to spread quickly;
"an aggressive tumor"
4. characteristic of an enemy or one eager to fight;
"aggressive acts against another country"
"a belligerent tone"
digression 离题, 脱轨, 扯到枝节上
digress[v.离题]+ion表名词→n.离题, 脱轨, 扯到枝节上
transgression 违反, 犯罪, [地]海侵, 海进
transgress[v.冒犯;违背]+ion表名词→n.违反, 犯罪, [地]海侵, 海进