Translation of unaggressive in Spanish:

unaggressive

no agresivo, adj.

Pronunciation /ʌnəˈɡrɛsɪv/

adjective

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    no agresivo
    • It wasn't just that she, in a perfectly nice and unaggressive way, didn't seem to get that it might be a problem.
    • When they did move, they seemed unhurried, graceful and unaggressive.
    • The representation of Leonello's long skull, resolute but unaggressive chin and flat, perhaps broken, nose is more incisive than in the moulded portrait medallion Pisanello copied from it.
    • All kinds of things might happen here, I suppose: till the weekend there were the SAS sheep, and even now there is Miss Dog; she is notably unaggressive, but there's a limit to the amount of slime and saliva anyone can stand.
    • It was primarily his French ambitions which made King Henry relatively unaggressive in Britain.
    • A foreboding low guitar riff and complete silence back the singer's obscure musings in equal measure, creating an intimidating atmosphere; almost threatening, but in a strangely unaggressive way.
    • It will not work to teach kids to be unaggressive because we do not have a society dominated by Quakers and pacifists.
    • But the rather unaggressive ant above, in Bako National Park in the Malaysian state of Sarawak, on the island of Borneo, feeds rather than fights.
    • I was also pleasantly surprised by how effective yet unaggressive the molded-in frame texturing was.
    • In the past, research indicated that females were most often expected to use instrumentally unaggressive strategies; deviating from such strategies resulted in a negative expectancy violation, and thus less chance of compliance.
    • Other than that, he was very unaggressive and silent.
    • His list of virtues is a remarkably unaggressive, uncompetitive, one might almost say womanly list.
    • This little package of dense black fur is fearless but unaggressive, happy to please but not a pushover, a tad stubborn but a complete lovebug.
    • He despised the ‘soft, unaggressive music (and non-threatening images) ‘of artists like Michael Jackson or Luther Vandross.’
    • But now Amanda was sick of being the sweet and unaggressive one all the time.
    • The Canadian brand of hero is ‘flawed, ordinary, unaggressive, committed to truth and justice, but rather plodding in his pursuit of it…‘
    • However he had proven to be one of the most unaggressive canines to ever walk the earth.
    • On both occasions the monk took a firm but unaggressive stance and spoke calmly to the animal, which crashed off into the underbrush.
    • All through February, the talk has been that teams - even those with copious amounts of cap space - will be unaggressive in the market.
    • Being unaggressive, they also spend their lives quietly under the care of many Bulgarians who love animals.