adjective: Characterized by improper or wrongful use: abusive utilization of public funds.
adjective: Using or containing insulting or coarse language: finally reprimanded the abusive colleague.
adjective: Causing physical injury to another: abusive punishment.
adjective: Relating to or practicing sexual abuse.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
Earlier this year, temporary workers at a Pennsylvania plant packing Hershey products staged a mass walkout over what they described as abusive working conditions.
Of the $4 trillion in alleged deficit reduction over 10 years, about half would be from tax increases, mostly on what he called "abusive tax shelters and tax havens" and families "sufficiently fortunate to be earning a million dollars a year."
South Korea banned short selling, following Taiwan's move late Monday to limit short-selling volume, while Hong Kong regulators said they plan more aggressive measures against what they called abusive short-selling.
An Oregon woman has sued the Recording Industry Assocation of America in response to what she calls abusive tactics by the RIAA, including threats to "interrogate" the woman's ten-year-old daughter.
There has been what I call abusive language on both sides.