O antagonista。 Antagonist

Significado de Antagonista (Qué es, Concepto y Definición)

— In it, a cocksure antagonist gathers an army of social-media users into a room with phrases like goals, woke, and good vibes only decorating the walls. — Huston is a true antagonist in The Witches: grandiose and flamboyant, yes, but still genuinely frightening. — These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'antagonist. — Despite a lengthy career in national politics, Becerra is best known in California and across the country as the top legal antagonist of the Trump administration. — David Ansen, Newsweek, 18 June 2001 In the 1970s researchers discovered that the actions of estrogen and other hormones can be blocked chemically by drugs called hormone antagonists … — David Plotkin, Atlantic, June 1996 If the new comptroller is a true antagonist of the seamy bond market practices he decried in the campaign, why has he installed as his first deputy the public finance director from the Dinkins administration who was Holtzman's accomplice in each of those deals. — Yet, there could also be some awkwardness; in the game, police are defunded, and Albion — the evil, corporate antagonist — receives private commissions from the government. b : a chemical that acts within the body to reduce the physiological activity of another chemical substance such as an especially : one that opposes the action on the nervous system of a drug or a substance occurring naturally in the body by combining with and blocking its nervous receptor — compare On the stage or screen, in a story or a novel, the protagonist is the main character and the antagonist is the opposing one. — China may have reason to fear a Biden administration more than the return of their Republican antagonist. — That's how Amy Dunne, the antagonist at the center of Gillian Flynn's wildly popular novel Gone Girl, starts off her scathing diary entry on the misogynistic expectations of men. During a strike, for example, representatives of labor and management become antagonists; they often manage to antagonize each other, and the antagonism often remains after the strike is over. In the drama of the real world, it's especially hard to sort out which is which, so we usually speak of both parties to a conflict as antagonists. ' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. — New Line couldn't get their head around not having a physical antagonist. They are interested in character first, and in Don, a foul-mouthed psychopath with a hair-trigger temper and buried longings for Gal's wife, they have created a truly scary antagonist. Pro- and ant- usually mark the good and bad characters, but not always; there may occasionally be an evil protagonist and a good antagonist. — Wayne Barrett, Village Voice, March 1994 As in that film, Kopple not only draws an intimate portrait of the protagonists and antagonists in the strike, but also deftly locates the workers' struggle within a broad context of economic and political forces.。 。 。 。 。

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