adjective: Characterized by aggression: aggressive behavior.
adjective: Inclined to behave in an actively hostile fashion: an aggressive regime.
adjective: Assertive, bold, and energetic: an aggressive sales campaign.
adjective: Of or relating to an investment or approach to investing that seeks above-average returns by taking above-average risks.
adjective: Fast growing; tending to spread quickly and invade: an aggressive tumor.
adjective: Characterized by or inclined toward vigorous or intensive medical treatment: an aggressive approach to treating the infection.
adjective: Intense or harsh, as in color.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
They use the term aggressive, and they define "aggressive" including things like insulting other kids, as well as fighting, and hitting, and more violence.
REEVES: The staunchly conservative Pope Benedict spoke of the threat to tradition and culture in Britain from what he called aggressive secularism.
The White House officials says the president will tout what they call the aggressive steps the administration has taken to bring the economy back to from brink and now they are they are committed to winding down Washington's involvement in the financial sector.
They have consistently tried to degrade the political structure there, the Baath Party, the ruling Iraqi party, and the irregulars, and anytime they think they see a group gathering of Fedayeen or others, they try to target that either from the air or, if they can, by what they call aggressive in-and-out hit-and-run patrols into the city.
Djokovic has heard critics decry what he called an "aggressive," and what others have called an arrogant, personality.