English to Latvian Meaning of animus - ļauns

Animus :

aizspriedums, māņticība, ļauns, aprobežotību, entuziasms, piesis, stimuls, pārpilnība, impulss, nelaime, spīts, naids, antipātija

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Definitions of animus in English
Noun(1) a feeling of ill will arousing active hostility
Examples of animus in English
(1) Though it is not clear what lies at the root of Kennedy's anger, it long predates his involvement in Bristol; indeed his animus against the medical profession was already evident in his Reith Lectures more than 20 years earlier.(2) Ponting's animus toward Churchill never reaches Irving's level of contempt but he has his moments.(3) The Brahmins were known for their tendency to absorb, assimilate and upgrade deities, not for exhibiting animus towards them.(4) The ideology of the organising cadre or party is adopted, and its rhetoric comes to be used to express the anger which is the animus of the revolution.(5) Of course it reflects Dostoevsky's animus toward Catholicism, but it depicts the temptation to which religion, and all forms of Christian religion, not just Catholicism, are susceptible.(6) Soelle's animus toward the church is just as implacable.(7) In his book, he suggests there was such an irrational animus .(8) Fournier is, perhaps because of his animus toward the Vice-President, no stickler for accuracy.(9) Ordinarily of course, self-directed aggression conflicts with the life instinct, especially it's self-preservative component, the animus .(10) Motivation refers to the animus for behavior and includes the affective aspects of attitudes, desires, ends, aims, goals, objectives, desired end states, and the like.(11) A advance synopsis of the programme on the website of CTVC, the production company that made it, revealed the animus that lay behind it.(12) In that sense, the power that a female feels from the male - the animus , in Jungian terms - is a specification of the female power, a mode of application of the power.(13) Not least of the obstacles he would encounter in life were the animus and violence of the reactionary throngs.(14) They also required the University to take no action motivated by hostility, animus , or disapproval toward Brady's pregnancy.(15) He also identified the anima (an archetype of female wisdom) and the animus (the embodiment of masculine qualities).(16) He insists, not entirely convincingly, that he harbours no animus towards the First Minister.
(1) animism ::
1. animosity ::
2. bad blood ::
sliktas asinis
1. amity ::
draudzīgas attiecības
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