n. 进攻, 侵犯, 侵害, 侵略
Is aggression an essential part of the human psyche?
Troops are on the alert against any possible aggression.
Only so can aggression be checked.
One that engages in aggression.
In ruling out the defense of Korea, they invited aggression in that area, they thought they were going to have peace, it brought war.
动词过去式: aggressed | 动词过去分词: aggressed | 动词现在分词: aggressing | 动词第三人称单数: aggresses |
That country was guilty of aggression.
2. 侵略行动; 侵犯行为[C][(+on/upon/against)]
Such action constitutes an aggression upon women's rights.