- adj. 敌对的；怀敌意的
- 怀有敌意的,不友善的 showing extreme dislike or disapproval; unfriendly
- 敌人的,敌方的 belonging to an enemy
troops belonging to the enemy's military forces;
"the platoon ran into a pack of hostiles"
characterized by enmity or ill will;
"a hostile nation"
"a hostile remark"
not belonging to your own country's forces or those of an ally;
"hostile naval and air forces"
impossible to bring into friendly accord;
very unfavorable to life or growth;
"a hostile climate"
"an uncongenial atmosphere"
"an uncongenial soil"
"the unfriendly environment at high altitudes"
unsolicited and resisted by the management of the target company ( used of attempts to buy or take control of a business);
"hostile tender offer"
- Let's hope they will refrain from hostile actions.
- I don't like her manner -- she's very hostile.
- I don't know why she is hostile to me.
- The new government was hostile to them.
- He shielded me from hostile criticism.
- Their hostile looks showed that he was unwelcome.
- You can expect hostile action soon.
- This is a hostile territory.
- The local people are hostile to outsiders.
- The two countries are not so hostile to each other now.
- These people are hostile to society.
- All of us are not hostile to reform.
Thus..from the din of war, Safe he return'd without one hostile scar.出自： Pope
The operations of hostile armies.出自： Wellington