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    at·tack
    [əˈtak]
    verb
    attack (verb) · attacks (third person present) · attacked (past tense) · attacked (past participle) · attacking (present participle)
    1. take aggressive action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force, typically in a battle or war:
      "in December, the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor" · "Italian forces attacked in October"
      • (of a person or animal) act against (someone or something) aggressively in an attempt to injure or kill:
        "a doctor was attacked by two youths"
      • (of a disease, chemical substance, or insect) act harmfully on:
        "the disease is thought to attack certain cells in the brain"
      • criticize or oppose fiercely and publicly:
        "he attacked the government's defense policy"
      • begin to deal with (a problem or task) in a determined and vigorous way:
        "a plan of action to attack unemployment"
      • BRITISH ENGLISH
        make an aggressive or forceful attempt to score a goal or point, or gain or exploit an advantage in a game against an opposing team or player:
        "the home team attacked from the kick off"
      • chess
        move into or be in a position to capture (an opponent's piece).
      • chemistry
        (of a reagent or reactive species) approach and interact with (an atom, group, or bond in a molecule), thereby breaking a bond or forming a new bond:
        "the nucleophile attacks the epoxide from the opposite side of the ring to the oxygen"
    noun
    attack (noun) · attacks (plural noun)
    1. an aggressive and violent action against a person or place:
      "he was killed in an attack on a checkpoint" · "three classrooms were gutted in the arson attack"
      • destructive action by a disease, chemical, or insect:
        "the tissue is open to attack by fungus"
      • a sudden short bout of an illness or stress:
        "an attack of nausea" · "an asthma attack"
      • an instance of fierce public criticism or opposition:
        "he launched a stinging attack on the White House"
      • a determined attempt to tackle a problem or task:
        "an attack on inflation"
      • music
        the manner of beginning to play or sing a passage.
      • forceful and decisive style in performing music or another art:
        "the sheer attack of Hendrix's playing"
      • an aggressive attempt to score a goal, win points, or gain or exploit an advantage in a game.
      • chess
        a threat to capture an opponent's piece.
    Origin
    late 16th century (as verb): from French attaquer (verb), from Italian attaccare ‘join battle’, originally ‘attach, fasten’, of uncertain origin; perhaps from French attacher (see attach), or perhaps from a-, intensifying prefix + obsolete taccare ‘put a mark on’, from tacca ‘stain, spot’.
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    verb
    1. take aggressive action against (a place or enemy forces) with weapons or armed force, typically in a battle or war:
      Opposite:
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