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  • EN [ əˈpəʊz]
  • US [ əˈpoʊz]

English definition


  • 1. be against; express opposition to;

    • "We oppose the ban on abortion"
  • 2. fight against or resist strongly;

    • "The senator said he would oppose the bill"
    • "Don't fight it!"
  • 3. oppose with equal weight or force

  • 4. set into opposition or rivalry;

    • "let them match their best athletes against ours"
    • "pit a chess player against the Russian champion"
    • "He plays his two children off against each other"
  • 5. act against or in opposition to;

    • "She reacts negatively to everything I say"
  • 6. be resistant to;

    • "The board opposed his motion"

Example sentences

  • This is our internationalism, the internationalism with which we oppose both narrow nationalism and narrow patriotism.

  • We oppose any plans to cut back ( on ) education budget.

  • Oppose your views against mine.

  • Oppose extravagant eating and drinking and pay attention to thrift and economy.

  • We can induce even those who are idealists not to oppose us.

  • Promote materialist dialectics and oppose metaphysics and scholasticism.

  • The Senator said he would oppose the bill.

  • We oppose interference by any outside force.

  • He does not oppose the scheme at all.

  • It's easier to swim with the tide than to oppose the views of the majority.

  • Publicly, Mr. Netanyahu must appease his coalition partners who oppose any curbs on construction in Jerusalem.

  • Oppose hegemonism and safeguard world peace!

  • The government called on the workers to oppose waste.

  • We encourage normal intercourse, and oppose love triangles.

  • I strongly oppose that contention.

  • Persist in progress and oppose retrogression!

  • I'll not oppose you.

  • The old man can't bear anyone in the family to oppose him.

  • We firmly oppose ourselves to seizing on others'faultsm to putting hats on people , and to wielding the big stick.

  • Getting approval for the plan is a purely formal matter: nobody will seriously oppose it.

  • They oppose each other also complement each other.

  • It is illogical to oppose the repatriation of economic migrants.

  • Others promised to "shed our blood and sacrifice our lives to oppose the invaders".

  • Members are concerned that a merger might mean higher costs, in which case they would oppose it.

  • Hoffman did not simply oppose the system; he used the system against itself.

Synonym discrimination

  • contradict, deny, oppose, refute

  • object, oppose, resist, protest

  • oppose, defy, withstand, resist


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