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to go on the offensive

  • 1 jurar el cargo

    • take the necessary steps
    • take the offensive

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > jurar el cargo

  • 2 tomar la ofensiva

    to take the offensive

    Spanish-English dictionary > tomar la ofensiva

  • 3 ofensivo

    adj.
    offensive, abusive, insulting, nasty.
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    1 offensive
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    (f. - ofensiva)
    adj.
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    ADJ
    1) (=de ataque) (tb Mil) offensive
    2) [conducta, palabra] offensive, rude, insulting
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    - va adjetivo
    a) <palabra/actitud> offensive, rude
    b) (Mil) < táctica> offensive (before n)
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    = offensive, insulting, outrageous, offending.
    Ex. WOMEN in LIBRARIANSHIP would have been just as offensive as WOMEN as LIBRARIANS.
    Ex. Some fees paid to visiting speakers are no less than insulting.
    Ex. There must be few other ways of leaving oneself so vulnerable to the slings and arrows of outrageous (or outraged) critics.
    Ex. 'Exit' is a vow, or intention, to never again patronage the offending library.
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    - va adjetivo
    a) <palabra/actitud> offensive, rude
    b) (Mil) < táctica> offensive (before n)
    * * *
    = offensive, insulting, outrageous, offending.

    Ex: WOMEN in LIBRARIANSHIP would have been just as offensive as WOMEN as LIBRARIANS.

    Ex: Some fees paid to visiting speakers are no less than insulting.
    Ex: There must be few other ways of leaving oneself so vulnerable to the slings and arrows of outrageous (or outraged) critics.
    Ex: 'Exit' is a vow, or intention, to never again patronage the offending library.

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    1 ‹palabra/actitud› offensive, rude
    2 ( Mil) ‹táctica› offensive ( before n), attacking ( before n)
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    ofensivo
    ◊ -va adjetivo

    offensive
    ofensivo,-a adjetivo offensive

    ' ofensivo' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    grosera
    - grosero
    - ofensiva
    - gordo
    - insinuar
    English:
    abusive
    - insulting
    - negro
    - objectionable
    - offensive
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    ofensivo, -a adj
    1. [conducta, palabra] offensive, rude
    2. [arma, táctica] offensive
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    adj offensive
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    ofensivo, -va adj
    : offensive, insulting
    * * *
    ofensivo adj offensive

    Spanish-English dictionary > ofensivo

  • 4 agraviante

    adj.
    1 offensive, insulting.
    2 tortious.
    f. & m.
    offender.
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    1 offending, insulting
    nombre masculino,nombre femenino
    1 offender
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    = offensive, offending.
    Ex. WOMEN in LIBRARIANSHIP would have been just as offensive as WOMEN as LIBRARIANS.
    Ex. 'Exit' is a vow, or intention, to never again patronage the offending library.
    * * *
    = offensive, offending.

    Ex: WOMEN in LIBRARIANSHIP would have been just as offensive as WOMEN as LIBRARIANS.

    Ex: 'Exit' is a vow, or intention, to never again patronage the offending library.

    * * *
    ( frml); offensive

    Spanish-English dictionary > agraviante

  • 5 hiriente

    adj.
    1 hurtful, cutting (palabras).
    2 offensive, biting, spiky, abrasive.
    3 sardonic, caustic.
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    1 wounding
    2 figurado hurtful, cutting, wounding
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    ADJ
    1) [observación, tono] wounding, cutting
    2) [contraste] striking
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    adjetivo hurtful, wounding (before n)
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    Ex. She gave him one long piercing glance and started up the stairs toward the deputy director's office.
    * * *
    adjetivo hurtful, wounding (before n)
    * * *

    Ex: She gave him one long piercing glance and started up the stairs toward the deputy director's office.

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    hurtful, wounding ( before n)
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    hiriente adjetivo
    hurtful, wounding ( before n)
    hiriente adjetivo offensive, wounding
    (palabras) cutting
    ' hiriente' also found in these entries:
    English:
    hurtful
    - unkind
    - cutting
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    [palabras] hurtful, cutting
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    adj wounding, hurtful
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    : hurtful, offensive

    Spanish-English dictionary > hiriente

См. также в других словарях:

  • To act on the offensive — Offensive Of*fen sive, n. The state or posture of one who offends or makes attack; aggressive attitude; the act of the attacking party; opposed to {defensive}. [1913 Webster] {To take the offensive}, {To act on the offensive}, {To go on the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • To go on the offensive — Offensive Of*fen sive, n. The state or posture of one who offends or makes attack; aggressive attitude; the act of the attacking party; opposed to {defensive}. [1913 Webster] {To take the offensive}, {To act on the offensive}, {To go on the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • go on (to) the offensive — go on (to) the ofˈfensive | take the ofˈfensive idiom to start attacking sb/sth before they start attacking you Main entry: ↑offensiveidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • To take the offensive — Offensive Of*fen sive, n. The state or posture of one who offends or makes attack; aggressive attitude; the act of the attacking party; opposed to {defensive}. [1913 Webster] {To take the offensive}, {To act on the offensive}, {To go on the… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Cult of the offensive — Map of the Schlieffen Plan and planned French counter offensives Cult of the offensive refers to a strategic military dilemma, where leaders believe that offensive advantages are so great that a defending force would have no hope of repelling the …   Wikipedia

  • on the offensive — adjective actively attacking • Similar to: ↑offensive * * * on the offensive : in or into a situation or position in which you attack or fight against someone or something The soldiers are on the offensive. She went on the offensive to fight the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • go on the offensive — take the offensive phrase to begin to attack or criticize someone who you think is attacking you Under pressure from his critics, the minister decided to go on the offensive. Thesaurus: skin problems, swellings and injurieshyponym Main entry:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • On the Offensive — EP by Poster Children Released September 21, 2004 Genre …   Wikipedia

  • take the offensive — to begin to attack or fight against someone or something Opponents of the development project took the offensive and defeated the land sale. • • • Main Entry: ↑offensive * * * go on (to) the ofˈfensive | take the ofˈfensive idiom to start attack …   Useful english dictionary

  • go on the offensive — or take the offensive to begin to attack or criticize someone who you think is attacking you Under pressure from his critics, the minister decided to go on the offensive …   English dictionary

  • take the offensive — go on the offensive or take the offensive to begin to attack or criticize someone who you think is attacking you Under pressure from his critics, the minister decided to go on the offensive …   English dictionary

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