aggro
I. noun (plural aggros) Etymology: probably aggravation + 1-o, later taken as short for aggression Date: 1969 1. British deliberately aggressive, provoking, or violent behavior 2. British exasperation, irritation II. adjective Date: 1970 aggressive or aggressively daring in style or manner <
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