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oppose
ə'poʊz
Main
English Definition
(动) As a verb
  1. Be against; express opposition to.
  2. Be resistant to.
  3. Set into opposition or rivalry.
  4. Fight against or resist strongly.
  5. Act against or in opposition to.
  6. Contrast with equal weight or force.
Hyphenationop•pose
Part of Speech(及物的动) transitive verb, (不及物的动) intransitive verb
Matching Results
反对fǎnduìto fight against; to oppose; to be opposed to; opposition
抗争kàngzhēngto resist; to make a stand and fight (against)
oppose
yīngoppose; to attack
to oppose; to gore
对立duìlìto oppose; to set something against; to be antagonistic to; antithetical; relative opposite; opposing; diametrical
作对zuòduìto set oneself against; to oppose; to make a pair
màoto be held by the hand, to resist; to oppose
抗击kàngjīto resist (an aggressor); to oppose (a menace)
contrary; opposite; backwards; to go against; to oppose; to betray; to rebel
hànto defend; to ward off; to refuse; to reject; to oppose, a frontier pass (in Wuxian) in ancient times, a county in ancient times
抗拒kàngjùto resist; to defy; to oppose
fǎncontrary; in reverse; inside out or upside down; to reverse; to return; to oppose; opposite; against; anti-; to rebel; to use analogy; instead; abbr. for 反切 phonetic system
相对xiāngduìrelatively; opposite; to resist; to oppose; relative; vis-a-vis; counterpart
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