Domande riguardo a frasi esempio con, spiegazione d'utilizzo di "Oppose"s

Il significato di "Oppose" In varie frasi ed espressioni.

Q: Che cosa significa opposed ?
A: Opposed means to not agree with or to be against something
Q: Che cosa significa opposing?
Q: Che cosa significa oppose?
A: To be against something. To disagree.
Q: Che cosa significa oppose?
A: It means struggling agains someone

Frasi esempio "Oppose"

Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con oppose.
A: I oppose the idea.
They were opposed to the election.
I was opposed to do that since the beginning.
They were opposing a great force.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con oppose.
A: "I cannot help but oppose this decision."

"All those who opposed this politician were killed or otherwise oppressed."

"Donald Trump won the election even though the opposing candidate has won more votes than him."

"You could oppose with logic all you want, but it's power that ultimately wins."

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Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con oppose.
A: I oppose new legislation that would bar gays from the military.

Trump is likely to continue to oppose the Paris Climate Accord.
Q: Mostrami delle frasi esempio con oppose.
A: I opposed his plan.
The government opposed the decision.
She was opposed to the idea.
I oppose your plans.

Parole simili a "Oppose" e le sue differenze

Q: Qual è la differenza tra oppose e object ?
A: “Oppose” is usually for an idea or an activity in general that a person disagrees with.

Examples:
She is opposed to abortion.

He opposes the dress code that the school is trying to pass.


“Object” is usually used for a specific action that is currently happening that someone refuses to participate in or go along with.

I object to you taking my picture right now. I’m a very private person.

If no one objects, we will end the meeting now.

What part of his speech do you object to?

“Object” is also a legal term. Lawyers say “I object” in the courtroom when the other lawyer has violated the rules of procedure.


Q: Qual è la differenza tra oppose e against ?
A: They are very similar. You can say I am opposed to having pets or I’m against having pets. They can be used interchangeably.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra oppose e be opposed to ?
A: "To oppose" is more active than "to be opposed to"." To oppose" means that you are doing something (like protest, stating your disagreement) against an idea, a way of thinking... "To be opposed to" is that you think that something isn't right, but you don't necessarily do anything against it. It's a bit long and if you need an explanation, feel free to ask.
Q: Qual è la differenza tra oppose e defy e object ?
A: These are all very similar.

If you oppose something, it means you are against it.
The voters opposed the proposed tax, so it didn't pass.

If you defy something, it means you were told A and you did NOT A.
The protestors were told to leave the area, but they defied the order.

If you object to something, it means you don't agree AND you voice that opinion.
The protestors objected to being told to leave, shouting "We Will Not Go!"
Q: Qual è la differenza tra oppose e against ?
A: @sallykyoko For the most part yes. 'against' is more like a state of being. For comparison:
'Would you like to eat?' 'No, I'm full.'
'Are you in favor of this law?' 'No, I'm against it.'

'oppose' is the action of being against something, where 'against' is used to show that you are in a state of being against something.

I hope that makes sense and isn't too confusing. There really isn't much difference so you can use them interchangeably.

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Q: Come si dice in Inglese (Stati Uniti)? oppose
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Altre domande riguardo "Oppose"

Q: I oppose you going outside alone

I oppose to you going outside alone

I oppose your going outside alone

which is correct?
A: A British English native speaker would rarely use "I oppose" in this way. We would most likely say "I am opposed to your going outside alone" if we had to use "oppose" which is rather formal. We are more likely to use "I am against..." or "I don't want you to...".. Note the use of "your" - the possessive gerund is needed here.....
Q: I oppose that you go out with her. sembra naturale?
A: I don't want you to go out with her.
Q: disagree と against と oppose と object はどれが1番使われますか?
A: "Disagree" is probably used most often.

"disagree"は1番使われます。

"Against" is a preposition (前置詞).


Examples:
I disagree with your opinion.

I am against your opinion.
Q: I'm passionately opposed to what she'll get married with him. sembra naturale?
A: Did you mean I'm opposed to why she'll get married to him? In that case you'd just say "I don't agree with her reasons for getting married."
Q: I oppose me to ... sembra naturale?
A: It would sound better if you said: I am opposed

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