aggro

[ag-roh]
noun British and Australian Informal.
1.
aggressiveness, especially that of an urban youth gang or gang member.
2.
trouble; irritation.

Origin:
1965–70; construed as a shortening of either aggravation or aggression (or aggressive); see -o

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aggro (ˈæɡrəʊ)
 
n
slang (Brit) aggressive behaviour, esp by youths in a gang
 
[C20: from aggravation]

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Example sentences
He looked for something in their faces: crankiness, aggro, badness.
Aggro aggressive or confrontational behaviour, extreme irritation or exasperation.
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