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aggressiv

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aggressiv (comparative aggressiver, superlative am aggressivsten)

  1. aggressive

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LuxembourgishEdit

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aggressiv

  1. aggressive

Norwegian BokmålEdit

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From French agressif (-ive), from Late Latin aggressare, frequentative of Latin aggredi, "to approach, attack, assail", from ad- "to" + gradi (past participle gressus) "to step," from gradus "a step".

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aggressiv (neuter singular aggressivt, definite singular and plural aggressive, comparative mer aggressiv, superlative mest aggressiv)

  1. aggressive (tending or disposed to aggression)
    De er kjent for å føre en aggressiv politikk.
    They are known for having an aggressive policy.

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French agressif (-ive), from Late Latin aggressare, frequentative of Latin aggredi, "to approach, attack, assail", from ad- "to" + gradi (past participle gressus) "to step," from gradus "a step".

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aggressiv (masculine aggressiv; feminine aggressiv; neuter aggressivt; plural aggressive; comparative meir aggressiv; superlative mest aggressiv)

  1. aggressive (tending or disposed to aggress)
    Dei er kjende for å føre ein aggressiv politikk.
    They are known for having an aggressive policy.

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SwedishEdit

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  1. aggressive