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1antagonismo masculineantagonism to/toward sb/sth — antagonismo hacia algn/algo
- And there often is an assumption that it is about hostility or antagonism between men and women.
- The symbolic separation and opposition aside, the personal antagonism between the two men is not imagined by the media.
- The petty point-scoring highlights the deepening antagonism between the rivals.
- The year-end election is likely to revive antagonism between the government and the opposition.
- So much of the way people behave in negotiations causes anger, bitterness, hostility or antagonism.
- What lies behind all this, I believe, is a deep sense of the fundamental antagonism between the government and the people it governs.
- He said antagonism between the French teenagers and local youths had built up over the weekend, with a number of verbal exchanges.
- I am very sorry that some contributors to your letters page seem to be trying to encourage antagonism between different areas of the city hit by the floods.
- For on a national level, New Labour has long since abandoned any Old Labour-style antagonism towards private education.
- Very often it is our discrimination against them that helps nurture their antagonism towards us.
- Open public antagonism towards farmers will not help them, their communities or the rest of us.
- Why, though, if truth is so wonderful, and so obtainable, is there so much antagonism toward science?
- Our natural state is antagonism towards authority and a general feeling of disenchantment.
- The antagonism between races in the city is nothing compared with the fear of it felt by those outside.
- This perception has caused resentment, antagonism, and opposition to the West.
- In 1959 he became professor, by which time he had welcomed in the new NHS and done much to make his colleagues overcome their antagonism towards it.
- The legal system can seek to limit family members' antagonism towards one another, particularly when relationships are ending.
- This suddenly changed the long-standing political antagonism between the East and the West.
- In the early nineteenth century, the old British antagonism between Celts and Saxons was put on a biological footing.
- Both relationships are made difficult by a shared awareness of a history of mutual antagonism between ethnic groups.
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