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  1. offensive

    • IPA[əˈfɛnsɪv]

    英式

    • adj.
      causing someone to feel resentful, upset, or annoyed;(of a sight or smell) disgusting; repulsive
    • n.
      an attacking military campaign;an organized and forceful campaign to achieve something, typically a political or social end
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. causing someone to feel resentful, upset, or annoyed:

      the allegations made are deeply offensive to us

      offensive language

    • 2. (of a sight or smell) disgusting; repulsive:

      an offensive odour

    • 3. actively aggressive; attacking:

      offensive operations against the insurgents

    • 4. (of a weapon) meant for use in attack:

      he is also accused of possessing an offensive weapon

    • 5. relating to the team in possession of the ball or puck in a game:

      Shell was an outstanding offensive tackle during his 15 years with the Raiders

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an attacking military campaign:

      an impending military offensive against the guerrillas

    • 2. an organized and forceful campaign to achieve something, typically a political or social end:

      the need to launch an offensive against crime

    • n. the line of offensive players positioned on the line of scrimmage, directly opposite the defensive line:

    • the offensive line didn't play that well in the first half of the season

      Heckert bolstered the right side of the offensive line

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    • n. the line of offensive players positioned on the line of scrimmage, directly opposite the defensive line:

    • the offensive line didn't play that well in the first half of the season

      Heckert bolstered the right side of the offensive line

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    • n. a campaign of flattery, friendliness, and cajolement designed to achieve the support or agreement of others:

    • he launched a charm offensive against MPs who didn't support the government

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    • n. a player positioned toward the outside of the offensive line:

    • Edwards has the speed and quickness to get past 300-pound offensive tackles and reach the quarterback

      he was a first-string left offensive tackle in 29 games

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    • n. a coach responsible for managing a team's offense:

    • he served short stints as offensive coordinator with Philadelphia and Carolina before joining the Jaguars

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    • n. a player positioned on the offensive line:

    • the linebackers are being smacked around by opposing offensive linemen

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    • n. a coach responsible for managing a team's offence:

    • he served short stints as offensive coordinator with Philadelphia and Carolina before joining the Jaguars

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    • n. a player positioned on the offensive line:

    • the linebackers are being smacked around by opposing offensive linemen

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    • adj.
      causing someone to feel deeply hurt, upset, or angry:
    • the allegations made are deeply offensive to us

      offensive language

    • n.
      an attacking military campaign:
    • an impending military offensive against the guerrillas

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  2. 知識+

    • 請問英文”魚腥味”羊騷味””怎麼說?

      ”魚腥味”an offensive smell of fish ”羊騷味”an offensive smell of mutton 『腥味』與『騷味』都是很不好聞的味道。針對這些令人不快的味道我們都可以用 an offensive smell來說它。

    • 請問 preposterous

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    • 請問英文達人...具有攻擊性(指人)怎麼用?

      可用 offensive assaultive 這兩個形容詞 可形容攻擊性個性 供你參考喔 2009-03-20 13:43:39... Clear enough and very helpful. So this two words, offensive and assaultive, are used to describe something but person. Thanks again...