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  1. attack

    • IPA[əˈtak]

    英式

    • v.
      take aggressive military action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force;act against (someone or something) aggressively in an attempt to injure or kill
    • n.
      an aggressive and violent act against a person or place;destructive action by a disease, chemical, or insect
    • noun: attack, plural noun: attacks

    • verb: attack, 3rd person present: attacks, gerund or present participle: attacking, past tense: attacked, past participle: attacked

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    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. take aggressive military action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force:

      in February the Germans attacked Verdun

      the terrorists did not attack again until March

    • 2. act against (someone or something) aggressively in an attempt to injure or kill:

      a doctor was attacked by two youths

    • 3. (of a disease, organism, or other agent) act harmfully or destructively on:

      Ebola attacks the immune system

      she was diagnosed with a potentially fatal condition in which bacteria attack the intestinal lining

    • 4. criticize or oppose fiercely and publicly:

      he attacked the government's defence policy

    • 5. begin to deal with (a problem or task) in a determined and vigorous way:

      a plan of action to attack unemployment

    • 6. (in sport) make a forceful attempt to score a goal or point or otherwise gain an advantage against an opposing team or player:

      Crystal Palace attacked swiftly down the left

    • 7. move into or be in a position to capture (an opponent's piece or pawn):

      the white queen attacks the black rook

    • 8. (of a reagent or reactive species) approach and interact with (an atom, group, or bond in a molecule), thereby breaking a bond or forming a new bond:

      the nucleophile attacks the epoxide from the opposite side of the ring to the oxygen

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an aggressive and violent act against a person or place:

      he was killed in an attack on a checkpoint

      three classrooms were gutted in the arson attack

    • 2. destructive action by a disease, chemical, or insect:

      the tissue is open to attack by fungus

    • 3. a determined attempt to tackle a problem or task:

      an attack on inflation

    • 4. forceful and decisive style in performing music or another art:

      the sheer attack of Hendrix's playing

    • 5. an instance of fierce public criticism or opposition:

      he launched a stinging attack on the Prime Minister

    • 6. a sudden short bout of an illness or stress:

      an attack of nausea

      an asthma attack

    • 7. (in sport) an aggressive attempt to score a goal or point or otherwise gain an advantage:

      a Cardiff attack broke down inside Llanelli's 22

      United hardly did a thing in attack

    • 8. the players in a team who are in the position of trying to score a goal or win points:

      Baxter was recalled to the attack

    • 9. a threat to capture an opponent's piece or pawn:

      the move opens up an attack from the black bishop against White's knight

    • adj. launching or engaging in a military or violent physical attack:

    • the attacking troops met almost no opposition at first

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    • adj. launching or engaging in a military or violent physical attack:

    • the attacking troops met almost no opposition at first

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    • n. a military campaign conducted using troops on the ground:

    • the soldiers prepared to repel a ground attack intended to breach the walls

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    • n. a dog trained to attack on command and kept for this purpose.

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    • n. a sudden occurrence of coronary thrombosis, typically resulting in the death of part of a heart muscle and sometimes fatal:

    • he died of a heart attack

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    • n. a dog trained to attack on command and kept for this purpose.

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    • n.
      an attack made in response to one by an opponent:
    • General MacArthur launched a counter-attack
    • v.
      attack in response:
    • as deputies tried to dislodge him, he counter-attacked by forcing through elections

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    • n. a sudden feeling of acute and disabling anxiety:

    • she has suffered from panic attacks since her early twenties

      the threat of higher taxes gave the stock market a severe panic attack

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    • IPA[əˈtak]

    美式

    • v.
      take aggressive action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force, typically in a battle or war:
    • in December, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor

      Italian forces attacked in October

    • n.
      an aggressive and violent action against a person or place:
    • he was killed in an attack on a checkpoint

      three classrooms were gutted in the arson attack

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