Definition of 'anti-social'
Example sentences containing 'anti-social'
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His or her responsibilities thus stretch from the most catastrophic of threats to anti-social behaviour. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His or her responsibilities thus stretch from anti-social behaviour to the most catastrophic of threats. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The next hour was taken up with neighbour disputes and problems of anti-social behaviour. The Sun (2008)Perhaps the tuition fees increase may solve this anti-social behaviour problem. The Sun (2011)How do you fit working such anti-social hours into family life? The Sun (2016)They will be forced to account for their failures to tackle anti-social behaviour at public meetings. The Sun (2006)There are issues with crime and drugs and anti-social behaviour. The Sun (2009)Locals say the drugs have caused a huge increase in anti-social behaviour. The Sun (2015)Last month a local law to curb anti-social behaviour was passed. The Sun (2016)Drug busts and anti-social behaviour are commonplace. The Sun (2016)The move means problems like anti-social behaviour and neighbour disputes will be dealt with by the council rather than cops. The Sun (2011)In the first half of this century, crime obtained a substantive definition as anti-social behaviour. The Politics of Redress - crime, punishment and penal abolition (1989)
Translations for 'anti-social'
British English: anti-social ADJECTIVE
Someone who is anti-social is unwilling to meet and be friendly with other people.
...teenagers who will become aggressive and anti-social.
Definition of anti-social from the Collins English Dictionary
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