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offensive

美 [əˈfensɪv]
英 [ə'fensɪv]
  • n.进攻;攻势;攻击;侵犯
  • adj.冒犯的;得罪人的;无礼的;极其讨厌的
  • 网络进攻的;攻击性的
复数:offensives  
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adj.
1.
冒犯的;得罪人的;无礼的rude in a way that causes you to feel upset, insulted or annoyed
offensive remarks
冒犯的言论
The programme contains language which some viewers may find offensive.
节目里使用了某些观众可能认为是犯忌的语言。
His comments were deeply offensive to a large number of single mothers.
他的评论严重触怒了众多的单身母亲。
2.
极其讨厌的;令人不适的extremely unpleasant
an offensive smell
刺鼻的气味
3.
[obn]
攻击性的;进攻性的connected with the act of attacking sb/sth
an offensive war
侵略战争
offensive action
进攻行动
He was charged with carrying an offensive weapon .
他被指控携带攻击性武器。
4.
攻方的;进攻型的;攻击型的connected with the team that has control of the ball; connected with the act of scoring points
offensive play
进攻打法
n.
1.
进攻;攻击;侵犯a military operation in which large numbers of soldiers, etc. attack another country
an air offensive
空中攻击
They launched the offensive on January 10.
他们于 1 月 10 日发动了进攻。
2.
(引人注意的)系列行动;运动;攻势a series of actions aimed at achieving sth in a way that attracts a lot of attention
The government has launched a new offensive against crime.
政府发动了新的打击犯罪攻势。
a sales offensive
销售攻势
The public seems unconvinced by their latest charm offensive(= their attempt to make people like them) .
公众似乎并不相信他们最近所表演的一连串笑脸攻势。
IDM
be on the offensive
发动攻势;主动出击to be attacking sb/sth rather than waiting for them to attack you
go on (to) the offensive|take the offensive
先发制人to start attacking sb/sth before they start attacking you

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