Sources: Adso Chinese-English Dictionary; CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典
He is an aggressive person.
Our study also points out the necessity for librarians to investigate aggressively and stay abreast of disruptive technology and build it into new services wherever possible.
In 2002, President George Bush labeled North Korea part of an "axis of evil," primarily due to its aggressive military posture but also because of its abysmal human rights record.
Scientists have found a possibly harmful fungus that grows in dishwashers, surviving high temperatures, aggressive doses of detergents and rinsing salts and both acid and alkaline types of water.
When faced with sexism, or ageism, or lookism, or even really aggressive Buddhism, ask yourself the following question: ‘Is this person in between me and what I want to do?’
If you take this strategy, track the cost of development closely and compare it to those who take more aggressive mitigation strategies.
Take, for example, the case of rutting stags or fighting chimps and you get the generally aggressive idea.
Another strange phenomenon is the common anxiety in people that when people look at them, they think it is an aggressive stance, not a friendly introduction.
The participants then rated how aggressive they thought each person was on a scale of one to seven, after viewing each face for either 2000 milliseconds or 39 milliseconds.
I think one day it will be like the war never happened. We are not aggressive; we are normal like you.