- vt. 反对; 使相对 set in action against; put forward as contrast or opposite
be against; express opposition to;
"We oppose the ban on abortion"
fight against or resist strongly;
"The senator said he would oppose the bill"
"Don't fight it!"
contrast with equal weight or force
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"
act against or in opposition to;
"She reacts negatively to everything I say"
be resistant to;
"The board opposed his motion"
- It was courageous of him to oppose his chief.
- The rabbles met on the square to oppose their new mayor.
- They opposed the government's new policies.
- We're firmly opposed to the practice of powerpolitics between nations.
- Who is opposing you in the match?
- Don't oppose your will against mine.
- I'll not oppose you.
- The old man can't bear anyone in the family to oppose him.
- We opposed the plan.
- We opposed the proposal but to no avail.
- Politically, they belonged to the conservative party and opposed reform.
- He had opposed Jim's entry right at the beginning.
- They oppose each other also complement each other.
- The government called on the workers to oppose waste.
- The husband strongly opposed his wife's going there alone.
- oppose against (v.+prep.)
对照,对比 contrast; compare
oppose sth against sth
Oppose your views against mine.
- oppose to (v.+prep.)
使反对 cause to set in action against
oppose sb/oneself/sth to sth/v-ing
I opposed myself to the training plan.
The scout opposed his arm to the blow of the enemy soldier.
His parents are opposed to the match.
We are opposed to counting on a lucky chance.
The consensus indicates that we are opposed to entering into this pact.
Frankly speaking,I'm not opposed to reform.
His political views are directly opposed to mine.
Love is opposed to hate.
- oppose bitterly 激烈地反对
- oppose firmly〔resolutely,stoutly,vehemently〕 坚决反对
- oppose hotly 猛烈地反对
- oppose strongly〔vigorously,violently〕 强烈反对
Osbaldston, previously a follower of Fox, now openly opposed him.出自： L. Namier
Opposing false reporting is a huge duty still facing us.出自：Observer
- oppose, oppose to
- 1.oppose是及物动词, oppose to中的oppose是不及物动词。
- 2.oppose着重动作,一般用于主动结构; oppose to着重态度,多用于被动结构。
- oppose, expostulate, kick, object, protest, remonstrate
- object强调个人的嫌恶与反感,但不一定明显地表露出来,着重个人不喜欢,无好感,以及由于与个人密切相关而提出反对意见,多以口头方式提出反对,有时伴有一定的具体动作; protest通常指通过言语或文字表露出来的强烈抗议; remonstrate含有对儿童、亲友等进行说服或规劝的意思,并有责备的意味,也含有“强烈抗议”的意思; expostulate表示坚决、真诚和友好的忠告; kick表示“反对,反抗”,强调反抗者的顽强; oppose表示轻微的、激烈的等各种不同程度的反对,甚至发展到以武力对抗。例如:
- I objected that he was too young for the position.我提出反对意见,他太年轻不适合那个职位。
- I was shocked at what he'd done, and expostulated with him strongly.我对他干的事感到震惊,并严厉地告诫过他。
- I have always kicked at your ideas.我一直反对你的看法。
- The husband strongly opposed his wife's going there alone.丈夫极力反对妻子单独去那个地方。
- If it's protested by all the people, the government can hardly carry out the new policy.如果遭到公众一致反对,政府很难推行新政策。
- I remonstrated against his behaviour.我抗议他的行为。
- resist 抵制
- fight 战斗
- dispute 争论
- face 表面
- contradict 反驳
- cross 穿过
- refute 驳斥
- struggle 努力
- counter 柜台
- counteract 抵制
- hinder 阻碍
- withstand 对抗
- conflict 冲突
- contest 竞赛
- combat 战斗
- disagree with 与 ... 有分歧...
- dissent 异议
- controvert 议论
- compete with 与 ... 竞争
- compete against 和 ... 竞赛
- do battle with 作战(斗争)
- clash with 不调和
- be in competition with 与
- dare 敢
- encounter 意外的相见
- alienate 使疏远
- antagonize 使…对抗
- clash 冲突
- differ 不同
- ward 病房
- kick 踢
- confront 对抗
- disapprove 不赞成
- thwart 反对
- conflict with 抵触
- with 用
- stem 柄
- object 物体
- play off 利用
- pit 坑
- defy 藐视
- defend 防守
- match 对手
- deny 否认
- protest 抗议
- react 反应
- counterbalance 平衡
- fight down 努力抑制
- fight back 从不利的位置反击...
- agree 同意