Translation of aggressor in Spanish:


agresor, n.

Pronunciation /əˈɡrɛsər/ /əˈɡrɛsə/

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    agresor masculine
    agresora feminine
    • So I'd attack my aggressors whether they were stronger than me or not.
    • If they continue repulsing air attacks the aggressor might reject the idea of developing invasion.
    • The target is attacked circuitously and the aggressor can therefore remain unidentified.
    • Perhaps the grab has been accompanied by a knee, or a second aggressor is waiting to attack.
    • Plants have developed elaborate mechanisms to protect themselves from invading pathogens and aggressors.
    • The very fact of such a decision would in itself restore the balance of perceptions on the part of our allies and our potential aggressors.
    • What was it that inspired the nation to repel the aggressors against all the odds?
    • The most moral and just use of violence is to pick up the gun to repel an intruder, an aggressor, an invader.
    • Tell the people killed or injured in a first strike by an aggressor that they are protected by the moral high ground.
    • Experience shows that some states are aggressors, not protectors.
    • If one looks at the history, according to every witness the accused was the aggressor and was aggressive all the way through.
    • An aggressor might see a country whose armed forces project a poor public image as an easy target.
    • All the nations, the victims now become victors, the aggressors now defeated, once again assumed their positions in the political order.
    • For over 50 years our country, with our allies, has sought to avoid war by deterring potential aggressors.
    • Nations that start wars are considered aggressors, and are judged harshly by both history and their peers.
    • Gain an understanding of the aggressor's body language, and the rituals of aggression and deception that he will use against you.
    • In the case of international aggression this must be the aggressor as well as victims of aggression.
    • In both cases the nations of Europe went to war against an aggressor.
    • One policeman knelt by the impotent aggressor and talked to him quietly.
    • He claimed he raised his foot to protect himself but the prosecution suggested he was the aggressor.