Aggressor

  • 1 Aggressor — Album par Nocturnal Breed Sortie 1997 Durée 45:05 Genre Black Metal / Thrash Metal Label Hammerheart Records …

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  • 2 Aggressor — Ag*gres sor, n. [L.: cf. F. agresseur.] The person who first attacks or makes an aggression; he who begins hostility or a quarrel; an assailant. [1913 Webster] The insolence of the aggressor is usually proportioned to the tameness of the sufferer …

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  • 3 aggressor — (n.) 1670s, from L. aggressor, agent noun from aggredi (see AGGRESSION (Cf. aggression)) …

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  • 4 aggressor — I noun antagonist, assailant, assailer, assaulter, attacker, belligerent, besieger, combatant, contender, criminal, fighter, foe, initiative seizer, invader, militant, prime mover, provocator, ravager, ruffian, stormer, violator II index… …

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  • 5 aggressor — Note that it has two gs and is spelt or not er …

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  • 6 aggressor — [n] attacker assailant, initiator, instigator, intruder, invader, provoker, raider, trespasser; concept 412 …

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  • 7 aggressor — ► NOUN ▪ a person or country that attacks without being provoked …

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  • 8 aggressor — [ə gres′ər] n. [LL] a person, nation, etc. that is guilty of aggression, or makes an unprovoked attack …

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  • 9 Aggressor — The party in a trade that initiates the deal. The aggressor works with the dealer, who takes a passive role and posts the bid and ask quotes. The aggressor in a transaction will typically attempt to instigate the deal and push it forward in order …

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  • 10 Aggressor — Eindringling; Angreifer; Attackierender * * * Ag|grẹs|sor 〈m. 23〉 Angreifer [→ Aggression] * * * Ag|grẹs|sor, der; s, …oren [lat. aggressor] (Völkerrecht): Staat, Führer eines Staates, der eine …

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  • 11 aggressor — UK [əˈɡresə(r)] / US [əˈɡresər] noun [countable] Word forms aggressor : singular aggressor plural aggressors formal a country that starts a war, or someone who starts a fight …

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  • 12 Aggressor — Aggression »kriegerischer Angriff«: Das Wort wurde im 18. Jh. aus gleichbed. lat. aggressio entlehnt. Das lat. Wort gehört zu lat. ag gredi »heranschreiten; angreifen«, einer Bildung aus lat. ad »heran, hinzu« (vgl. ↑ ad..., ↑ Ad...) und lat.… …

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  • 13 Aggressor — der Aggressor, en (Aufbaustufe) Staat, der ein fremdes Staatsgebiet rechtswidrig angreift Synonym: Angreifer Beispiel: Unsere Truppen haben den Aggressor zurückgeschlagen …

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  • 14 Aggressor — Aggression (lat. aggredi „herangehen“, „angreifen“) „ist jegliche Verhaltensform, die das Ziel hat, andere Lebewesen zu schädigen oder zu verletzen, welche motiviert sind, dem zu entgehen, oder Dinge zu beschädigen, bzw. zu zerstören, insoweit… …

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  • 15 Aggressor — Angreifer, Eroberer; (abwertend): Kriegstreiber. * * * Aggressor,der:Angreifer·Eroberer;auch⇨Kriegstreiber …

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  • 16 Aggressor — Ag|gres|sor der; s, ...oren <aus gleichbed. lat. aggressor> rechtswidrig handelnder Angreifer …

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  • 17 aggressor — [[t]əgre̱sə(r)[/t]] aggressors N COUNT The aggressor in a fight or battle is the person, group, or country that starts it. They have been the aggressors in this conflict …

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  • 18 aggressor — noun England was the aggressor in a succession of wars Syn: attacker, assaulter, assailant; invader, instigator, warmonger …

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  • 19 aggressor — A person who willingly or knowingly after meeting his antagonist begins and brings about an affray or deadly conflict by using threatening language or doing some act reasonably calculated to lead to such an affray or conflict. Wilkie v State, 33… …

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  • 20 aggressor — noun Date: 1646 one that commits or practices aggression …

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