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  1. offensive

    • IPA[əˈfɛnsɪv]

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    • 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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    • 1. an attacking military campaign an impending military offensive against the guerrillas
    • 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 ... the offensive line didn't play that well in the first half of the season Heckert bolstered the right side of the offensive line

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      the line of offensive players positioned on the line of scrimmage, directly opposite the ... the offensive line didn't play that well in the first half of the season Heckert bolstered the right side of the offensive line

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • 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 campaign of flattery and friendliness designed to achieve the support or agreement of others: a charm offensive aimed at winning the confidence of Russia

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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 coach responsible for managing a team's offence: he served short stints as offensive coordinator with Philadelphia and Carolina before joining the Jaguars

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (in the Vietnam War) an offensive launched in January–February 1968 by the Vietcong and the ...

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    • ph.
      (in the Vietnam War) an offensive launched in January–February 1968 by the Vietcong and the ...

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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

    Oxford American Dictionary