- [U][C]对立情绪; 对抗情绪; 敌对; 敌意 active opposition or hatred, especially between people or groups
a state of deep-seated ill-will
the relation between opposing principles or forces or factors;
"the inherent antagonism of capitalism and socialism"
an actively expressed feeling of dislike and hostility
(biochemistry) interference in or inhibition of the physiological action of a chemical substance by another having a similar structure
- It may be regarded as an example of antagonism.
- They tolerated their new neighbors, there was no antagonism.
- You could sense the antagonism between them.
- Let us examine both sides of this antagonism.
- President Obama has urged the Russian people to join Americans in burying the antagonism of the Cold War.
- The antagonism grows up.
- He openly showed his antagonism against his rivals.
- His speech did not arouse any particular antagonism on the part of the press.
- I feel a strong antagonism for him.
- It was difficult to explain their antagonism towards strangers.
- John was brought chronic antagonism with George.
- Mark felt great antagonism towards his rival.
- People feel a strong antagonism to〔towards〕 anyone seen as threat to their livelihood.
- She felt strong antagonism toward her stepmother.
- The European Union has certainly helped to reduce the historic antagonisms between the countries of western Europe.
- The unfairness of the will caused antagonism between the two brothers.
- Her plan to become an actress met with the antagonism of her family.
- There's a worrying degree of antagonism towards neighboring states.
- The underlying antagonism between the two men doesn't exactly encourage party.
- The antagonism he felt towards his old enemy was still very strong.
- arouse antagonism 引起敌对
- cause antagonism 引起敌对
- lay to rest an antagonism 平息对抗
- soften the antagonism 软化敌对情绪
- stir up antagonism 针对某事的敌对行为
- cause antagonism between 引起…之间的对抗
- come into antagonism with sb 和某人发生对抗
- feel a strong antagonism for sb 对某人有强烈反感
- stir〔arouse〕 antagonism between friends 挑动朋友间相互对立
- active antagonism 激烈的对抗
- bitter antagonism 激烈的对抗
- deadly antagonism 仇恨
- deep antagonism 深仇大恨
- ethnic antagonism 种族对立
- political antagonism 政治对立
- racial antagonism 种族对抗
- religious antagonism 宗教对立
- tribal antagonism 部落对抗
- vehement antagonism 强烈的反对
- uncompromising antagonism 不妥协的对抗
- profound political antagonism between … 之间深刻的政治对立
- class antagonism 阶级对抗
- the antagonism between Capital and Labour 劳资间的对立
- the antagonism of the oppressed against the oppressor 被压迫者对压迫者的仇恨
- the two antagonism at war 战争中的两大对抗力量
- be in direct antagonism with 和…直接对抗
- the antagonism between classes 阶级对抗
- the antagonism between the two men 二人之间的对立
- the antagonism between two persons 两个人之间的对立
- the antagonism of democracy to dictatorship 民主与独裁的对立
- the racial antagonisms in society 社会上的种族对立情绪
- an act of antagonism against sb/sth 针对某人的敌对行为
- be brought into antagonism with 和…闹翻; 和…对立
The Government had not placed itself in antagonism to them.出自： R. Cobden
In their whole tense attitudes is clearly revealed the bitter antagonism between them.出自： E. O
The antagonism we felt for the audience.出自： A. Lurie
The general strike seems to have produced a lessening of class antagonism.出自： A. J. P. Taylor
- antagonism是书面用语,基本意思是“对立情绪; 对抗情绪; 敌对; 敌意”,强调因气质上的冲突而迅速产生敌意或激发起反抗的精神。antagonism所表示的“对抗情绪”可以是公开的,也可以是未公开的。