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(动词) 
Definition
to launch a physical assault (against)
The duo are believed to have attacked several people in South London.
同义词
assault
They would be compelled to assault the capital from the south.
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strike (at)
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mug (informal)
I was getting into my car when this guy tried to mug me.
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set about
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ambush
Rebels ambushed 10 patrolmen.
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assail
He was assailed by a young man.
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tear into
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fall upon
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set upon
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lay into (informal)
反义词
(动词) 
Definition
to launch a physical assault (against)
The infantry's aim was to slow attacking forces.
同义词
invade
In 1944 the allies invaded the Italian mainland.
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occupy
Alexandretta had been occupied by the French in 1918.
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raid
8th century Vikings set off to raid the coasts of Europe.
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charge
He charged into the room.
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rush
They rushed the entrance.
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storm
The refugees decided to storm the embassy.
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encroach
He doesn't like people to encroach on his territory.
(动词) 
Definition
to criticize vehemently
He publicly attacked the people who've been calling for a secret ballot.
同义词
criticize
His mother had rarely criticized him or any of her children.
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blame
I do not blame them for trying to make some money.
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abuse
He alleged that he was verbally abused by other soldiers.
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blast
They have blasted the report.
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pan (informal)
His first movie was panned by the critics.
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condemn
Political leaders united yesterday to condemn the latest wave of violence.
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knock (informal)
I'm not knocking them: if they want to do it, it's up to them.
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slam (slang)
The director slammed the claims as an outrageous lie.
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flame (informal)
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put down
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slate (informal)
Slated by critics at the time, the film has since become a classic.
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have a go (at) (informal)
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censure
I would not presume to censure him for his views.
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malign
We maligned him dreadfully, assuming the very worst about him.
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berate
Marion berated Joe for the noise he made.
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disparage
his tendency to disparage literature
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revile
What right had the crowd to revile them?
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vilify
He was vilified and forced into exile.
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tear into (informal)
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slag off (British, slang)
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throw shade (at) (slang)
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diss (slang)
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find fault with
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impugn (formal)
I hope the good name of the company will not be impugned.
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go for the jugular
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lambast(e)
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pick holes in
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bite someone's head off
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snap someone's head off
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pick to pieces
(动词) 
Definition
to affect adversely
The virus seems to have attacked his throat.
同义词
infect
The birds infect the milk.
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affect
He loved his sister, and her loss clearly still affects him.
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poison
The land has been completely poisoned by chemicals.
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contaminate
The fishing waters have been contaminated with toxic wastes.
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pollute
beaches polluted by sewage pumped into the sea
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touch
a guilt that in some way touches everyone
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taint
Rancid oil will taint the flavour.
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spread to or among
(动词) 
Definition
to set about (a job or problem) with vigour
Any attempt to attack the problem will have to deal with these issues.
同义词
deal with
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concentrate on
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look after
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take care of
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see to
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attend to
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get to work on
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devote yourself to
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apply yourself to
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occupy yourself with
(名词) 
Definition
the act of attacking
a campaign of air attacks on strategic targets
同义词
assault
The rebels are poised for a new assault.
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charge
He led the bayonet charge from the front.
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campaign
The General's campaign against the militia has so far failed.
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strike
a nuclear strike
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rush
Throw something noisy and feign a rush at him.
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raid
The rebels attempted a surprise raid on a military camp.
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invasion
seven years after the Roman invasion of Britain
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offensive
The armed forces have launched an offensive to recapture lost ground.
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aggression
the threat of massive military aggression
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blitz
Security forces are active since the bombing blitz last month.
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onslaught
a military onslaught against the rebels
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foray
She made her first forays into politics.
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incursion
armed incursions into border areas by rebel forces
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反义词
(名词) 
Definition
the act of attacking
He launched an attack on businesses for failing to invest.
同义词
criticism
The policy had repeatedly come under strong criticism.
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panning (informal)
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slating (informal)
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censure
It is a controversial policy which has attracted international censure.
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disapproval
His action had been greeted with almost universal disapproval.
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slagging (slang)
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abuse
A group of people started to heckle and shout abuse.
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knocking (informal)
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bad press
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vilification
Clare did not deserve the vilification she was subjected to.
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denigration
the denigration of minorities in this country
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calumny
He alleges that he was the victim of calumny and dirty tricks.
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character assassination
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sideswipe
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disparagement
They were unanimous in their disparagement of the book.
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impugnment
(名词) 
The body is open to attack from other infections.
同义词
infection
Ear infections are common in pre-school children.
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poison
the poison of crime and violence spreading through the city
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pollution
environmental pollution
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contamination
Acid rain is responsible for the destruction of forests and the contamination of rivers and streams.
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contagion
They have been reluctant to admit AIDS patients because of unfounded fears of contagion.
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septicity
(名词) 
Definition
any sudden appearance of a disease or symptoms
It brought on an attack of asthma.
同义词
bout
I was suffering with a bout of nerves.
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fit
Once a fit has started there's nothing you can do to stop it.
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spell
There has been a spell of dry weather.
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stroke
He had a minor stroke, which left him partly paralysed.
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seizure
I was prescribed drugs to control seizures.
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spasm
He felt a spasm of fear.
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convulsion
He fell to the floor in the grip of an epileptic convulsion.
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paroxysm
She was overcome by a paroxysm of grief.

谚语

Attack is the best form of defence

其他同义词

in the sense of abuse
Definition
to speak insultingly or cruelly to
He alleged that he was verbally abused by other soldiers.
同义词
put down,
slate (informal, British),
slag (off) (slang),
swear at,
diss (slang),
flame (informal),
call names,
traduce (formal),
in the sense of abuse
Definition
insulting comments
A group of people started to heckle and shout abuse.
同义词
insults,
slights,
curses,
cursing,
put-downs,
indignities,
swear words,
upbraiding,
aspersions,
character assassination,
revilement,
traducement,
calumniation
in the sense of access

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