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English definition of “objection”

objection

noun [C or U]     /əbˈdʒekʃən/
an expression or feeling that shows that you disapprove of something or disagree with it: objections to sth The two companies will learn this week whether there are still objections to the merger deal.have/raise/voice objections A large number of people raised objections to the proposed plan. People's main objection was that it had been priced too high. We have no objection to a slight postponement.
(Definition of objection noun from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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