oppose


oppose
1. I
it is the duty of opposition to oppose оппозиция всегда должна выступать с критикой
2. III
1) oppose smth. oppose smb.'s plans (a scheme, an action, the new measures, smb.'s marriage, etc.) выступать /возражать/ против чьих-л. планов и т.д.; oppose a resolution (the motion, a bill, etc.) отклонять резолюцию и т.д., выступать против резолюции и т.д.; oppose smb. oppose their candidate выступать против их кандидата; oppose the Government выступать в оппозиции к правительству
2) oppose smth. oppose the two approaches (smb.'s views, these plans, etc.) противопоставлять два подхода и т.д.: you are opposing things that are practically identical вы противопоставляете фактически совершенно тождественные вещи
3. IV
oppose smth. in some manner oppose smth. stubbornly (bitterly, fiercely, obstinately, radically, vainly, etc.) упорно и т.д. выступать /возражать, быть/ против чего-л., упорно и т.д. противиться чему-л.; he opposed the idea tooth and nail он всеми силами боролся против этой идеи
4. XI
1) be opposed to smth. be much (strongly, bitterly, etc.) opposed to the idea (to her marriage, to your going abroad, etc.) очень и т.д. возражать /быть настроенным/ против этой идеи и т.д.
2) be opposed to smth. his character is diametrically opposed to mine по характеру он полная мне противоположность; be totally opposed to facts (to smb.'s interests, etc.) полностью противоречить фактам и т.д., идти вразрез с фактами и т.д.; as opposed to smth. в отличие от чего-л.; be opposed in smth. words that are opposed in meaning слова, которые противопоставляются по значению XXI1)
oppose smb. with smth. oppose the enemy with determination (one's rival with countermeasures, etc.) оказать упорное сопротивление противнику и т.д.
2)
oppose smth., smb. to /with/ smth., smb. oppose advantages to disadvantages (reason to /with/ force, patience to fury, your views to mine, good nature to /with/ anger, white to /with/ black, Plato to Aristotle, etc.) противопоставлять /сравнивать, сопоставлять/ плюсы и минусы и т.д.; oppose violence to violence (courage with courage, etc.) ответить насилием на насилие и т.д; oppose smth. against smth. oppose his will against mine противопоставить его волю моей

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • Oppose — Op*pose , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Opposed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Opposing}.] [F. opposer. See {Ob }, {Pose}, and cf.2d {Appose}, {Puzzle}, n. Cf.L. opponere, oppositum.] 1. To place in front of, or over against; to set opposite; to exhibit. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • oppose — op‧pose [əˈpəʊz ǁ əˈpoʊz] verb [transitive] to disagree with a plan or idea and try to prevent it from happening: • Three members of the board opposed the motion. • Several leading City investors had opposed the Bank of England s proposals. * * * …   Financial and business terms

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  • oppose — (v.) late 14c., from O.Fr. opposer, from O.Fr. poser to place, lay down (see POSE (Cf. pose) (v.1)), blended with L. opponere oppose, object to, set against (see OPPONENT (Cf. opponent)). Related: Opposed; opposing …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Oppose — Op*pose ([o^]p*p[=o]z ), v. i. 1. To be set opposite. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. To act adversely or in opposition; with against or to; as, a servant opposed against the act. [Obs.] Shak. [1913 Webster] 3. To make objection or opposition in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • oppose — contest, fight, combat, conflict, antagonize, *resist, withstand Analogous words: *contend, fight, battle, war: *attack, assail, assault, storm, bombard: *defend, protect, shield, guard, safeguard …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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