Bedeutung von “oppose” — Learner’s Dictionary

oppose

verb [ T ] us uk /əˈpəʊz/
We oppose capital punishment in any circumstances.Most people want tougher environmental legislation but large corporations continue to oppose it.63 members voted in favour, 39 opposed and 5 abstained.Local people opposed the construction of the new power plant.The group opposes the use of animal experiments.

B2 to disagree with a plan or activity and to try to change or stop it:

The committee opposed a proposal to allow women to join the club.

(Definition von “oppose” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)