Definición de go on to the offensive or take the offensive en inglés:

go on (to) the offensive (or take the offensive)

  • Take the initiative by beginning to attack or act aggressively: security forces took the offensive ten days ago
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Earlier he attempted to take the offensive, attacking the media coverage of the whole affair.
    • Security forces have also gone on the offensive.
    • A decisive call on working people to go on the offensive against the social attacks by the government would certainly get a response.
    begin to attack, attack first, be aggressive, strike the first blow, start a war/battle/quarrel
    informal be on the warpath
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