- n. 抗议；反对
- v. 抗议；反对；申明；断言
- 抗议（书），不服 ；反对，异议
- [C][U]抗议；反对 complaint or strong expression of disapproval,disagreement,opposition,etc.
- vt. & vi. 声明；抗议 affirm strongly;raise an objection
a formal and solemn declaration of objection;
"they finished the game under protest to the league president"
"the senator rose to register his protest"
"the many protestations did not stay the execution"
the act of protesting; a public (often organized) manifestation of dissent
the act of making a strong public expression of disagreement and disapproval;
"he shouted his protests at the umpire"
"a shower of protest was heard from the rear of the hall"
utter words of protest
express opposition through action or words;
"dissent to the laws of the country"
affirm or avow formally or solemnly;
"The suspect protested his innocence"
- Half a million people held a mass protest against racism last night.
- Some delegates walked out in a show of protest.
- The minister resigned in protest against the decision.
- They protested to the mayor that the taxes were too high.
- She protested strongly at being called a snob.
- He protested his innocence.
- I can't pass the matter by without a protest.
- The government's policy gave rise to vigorous protest.
- They were formally protesting.
- Environmentalists have been protesting about the destruction of Amazonrain forests.
- All local farmers protested against building the new airport on their farm land.
- He protested the decision made by the committee.
- The accused man protested his innocence.
- Amy protested she was being cheated of her rightful share.
- under protest
无奈地；不服气地；不甘心地unwillingly and after expressing disagreement
- address〔raise〕 a protest 提出抗议
- ban a protest 禁止抗议
- cause〔draw〕 a protest 引起抗议
- express〔voice〕 a protest 表示抗议
- face a protest from 面对来自…的抗议
- make a protest against 对…提出抗议
- prepare a protest 准备抗议
The most remarkable protests which appear in the journals of the peers.出自： Ld Macaulay
She then..solemnly protested her innocence.出自： T. Keightley
They'll protest any amount of pro-Western feeling.出自： F. Tuohy
- protest既可用作及物动词，也可用作不及物动词。用作不及物动词时常与介词about, against连用，用作及物动词时可接名词、代词或that从句作宾语，that有时可省略。
- protest, expostulate, kick, object, oppose, 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。
- ☆ 1340年进入英语，直接源自古法语的protester；最初源自古典拉丁语的protestari，意为公开宣称。
- object 物体
- dissent 异议
- objection 反对
- complain 抱怨
- complaint 抱怨
- gripe 抱怨
- oppose 反对
- remonstration 抗议
- demonstration 示范
- march 行军
- rally 集会
- campaign 运动
- picket 尖木桩
- remonstrate 表示异议
- moan 呻吟声
- declare 宣布（声明）...
- affirm 证实
- assert 断言
- insist 坚持
- claim 要求
- squawk 叫声
- dispute 争论
- disapprove 不赞成
- challenge 挑战
- resist 抵制
- protestation 断言
- protester n. 抗议者，持异议者；(汇票等的)拒付者