Meaning of AGGRO in English

AGGRO

[noun] [U] [UK and ANZ] [slang] - violent or threatening behaviour, esp. between groups of young peopleThere was some aggro between rival football fans at the station.(UK and ANZ slang) Aggro (also aggravation) can also be used to mean trouble or difficulty.She said that she was finding it hard to cope with the general aggro of life.Why are you being so uncooperative? I don't need this aggro.

Cambridge English vocab.      Кембриджский английский словарь.