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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} saldırganlık

Özgüven ve saldırganlık arasında ince bir çizgi vardır. - There's a fine line between assertiveness and aggression.

Saldırganlık doğal mı, yoksa öğrenilir mi? - Is aggression natural, or is it learned?

{i} saldırı

Saldırı tüm bu gereksiz hakaretler tarafından kışkırtıldı. - The aggression was provoked by all those gratuitous insults.

Ükemizi yabancı saldırısından korumak zorundayız. - We have to defend our country from the foreign aggression.

mütecaviz aggressor mütecaviz saldırgan kimse veya memleket
{i} tecâvüz
(Politika, Siyaset) saldırma
nedensiz kavga
{i} hücum
(Askeri) SALDIRI, TECAVÜZ: Bir anlaşmazlığın hakem yoluyla halline yanaşmayan tarafın, harbe götüren bir saldırı harekatı
(Biyoloji) agresyon
nonaggression saldırmazlık ademi tecavüz aggressive saldırgan
(Tıp) Düşmanlık veya saldırganlık ifade eden davranış
(Kanun) ihlal
aggression by allusion
(Kanun) ima suretiyle hakaret
aggression by hint
(Kanun) telmih suretiyle hakaret
passive aggression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) pasif saldırganlık
non-aggression pact
Saldırmazlık antlaşması
relational aggression
ilişkisel saldırı
{f} tecâvüz etmek
kavga çıkarmak
altruistic aggression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) özgecil saldırganlık
controlled aggression
(Askeri) kontrollü saldırı
hostile aggression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) düşmanca saldırganlık
instrumental aggression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) araçsal saldırganlık
maternal aggression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) annelik saldırganlığı
non aggression
saldırgan olmama
non aggression
territorial aggression
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) bölgesel saldırganlık
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Hostile or destructive behavior or actions
The practice or habit of launching attacks
The act of initiating hostilities or invasion
an unprovoked attack
{n} a setting upon with violence, an attack
acts or threats designed to cause injury
deliberately unfriendly behavior
the act of initiating hostilities
The intentional infliction of injury or harm on another person
Caused by fear of strangers or new situations, abuse, or rough play
a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack
Aggression is a physical expression of anger or frustration Aggression may take may form including hitting, kicking or biting others Back to Previous Page
any warlike act by one country against another without just cause
n an attack against a person or country; the violation of a country's borders
a behavior that is intended to cause harm or injury to another person
violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked
Any behavior where there is the intention of hurting someone, something, or oneself It is differentiated into physical, verbal, and symbolic forms Physical aggression includes hitting, biting, pushing, shaking, pinching, scratching, burning, tying up, and the like Verbal aggression, on the other hand, includes sarcasm, belittling, cursing, scapegoating, denigrating, and saying other thoughtless, unkind, cruel things to or about the person Symbolic aggression includes the use of angry or rude hand gestures or facial expressions Aggression is to be distinguished from assertiveness (See hostility; personality theory; problems with the management of hostility and aggression; the warmth dimension of parenting)
An antisocial "behavior, the intent of which is injury to a person or destruction of an object" (Bandura, Ross & Ross, 1963, p 10)
A physical act or threat of action by one individual that reduces the freedom or genetic fitness of another Aggression may refer either to the behavior or to the underlying motivation (H) There are several different kinds of aggression which almost certainly involve different sorts of controlling mechanisms (a) Fear-induced aggression occurs only in cases where escape has been attempted but it not possible (b) Predatory aggression is elicited during predation (c) Male-male or inter-male aggression is specific to adult breeding males and is generally associated with guarding females (d) Irritable aggression refers to aggression resulting from frustration, deprivation or fear (e) Territorial aggression appears in defense of a territory (f) Maternal aggression appears in defense of young (g) Instrumental aggression consists of an increase in the tendency for an organism to engage in aggressive behavior when that behavior has been reinforced in the past (V)
a disposition to behave aggressively
" violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked deliberately unfriendly behavior the act of initiating hostilities a disposition to behave aggressively a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack
{i} hostile behavior; attack, offensive
Aggression is violent and attacking behaviour. The raid was an unjustifiable act of aggression
"Aggressions of power
violent action that is hostile and usually unprovoked deliberately unfriendly behavior the act of initiating hostilities a disposition to behave aggressively a feeling of hostility that arouses thoughts of attack
Aggression is a quality of anger and determination that makes you ready to attack other people. Aggression is by no means a male-only trait. = belligerence gentleness
The first attack, or act of hostility; the first act of injury, or first act leading to a war or a controversy; unprovoked attack; assault; as, a war of aggression
To commit the first act of hostility or offense against; to begin a quarrel or controversy with; to make an attack against
To set upon; to attack
chosen aggression principle
The principle that every individual has the right to choose the degree of aggression or force (or lack thereof) that he will accept in his life
to make the first attack
{v} to begin violence, set upon, attack
non-aggression pact
A non-aggression pact is an international treaty between two or more states/countries agreeing to avoid war or armed conflict between them and resolve their disputes through peaceful negotiations. Sometimes such a pact may include a pledge of avoiding armed conflict even if participants find themselves fighting third countries, including allies of one of the participants
take the initiative and go on the offensive; "The Serbs attacked the village at night"; "The visiting team started to attack"
{f} behave in an aggressive manner; commit an act of aggression
To commit the first act of hostility or offense; to begin a quarrel or controversy; to make an attack; with on
plural of aggression
non-aggression in AM, also use nonaggression If a country adopts a policy of non-aggression, it declares that it will not attack or try to harm a particular country in any way. A non-aggression pact will be signed between the two countries. a situation in which two countries do not attack or fight each other
non-aggression pact
agreement that neither side will attack the other