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  1. bullish

    • IPA[ˈbo͝oliSH]


    • adj.
      resembling a bull;stupid or oafish; bullheaded
    • 釋義


    • 1. resembling a bull a sketch of his round, bullish head
    • stupid or oafish; bullheaded it's impossible to reason with such a bullish man
    • assertively masculine; macho his infamous bullish machismo
    • British aggressively confident and self-assertive the team is at its most bullish
    • 2. characterized by rising share prices the market was bullish
    • (of a dealer) inclined to buy because of an anticipated rise in prices.
    • 3. confident or optimistic about something those who are bullish on the nation's economic prospects
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    • IPA[ˈbʊlɪʃ]


    • adj.
      aggressively confident and self-assertive: he has campaigned courageously despite difficulties that would have stopped many more bullish men

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