Meaning of AGGRO in English



also ag·ro ˈag(ˌ)rō

( -s )

Etymology: by shortening & alteration from aggravation

1. Britain : exasperation : irritation

in any case it is not worth the aggro it causes — The Sun (London)

2. Britain : a rivalry or grievance especially public in nature marked by mistrust, rancor, and often violence

the railwaymen could cause trouble again in May … even if their aggro about inter-union differentials is resolved — Economist

3. Britain : violence against persons and property that is usually deliberate but not specific in its aims

shots fired and tyres let down as the aggro flares — Gilbert Johnson

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