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protest

noun     /ˈprəʊ.test/ US  /proʊˈtest/
[C or U] a strong complaint expressing disagreement, disapproval or opposition 抗议;反对 Protests have been made/registered by many people who would be affected by the proposed changes. 许多将因拟议的改变而受影响的人举行了抗议活动。 A formal protest was made by the German team about their disqualification from the relay final. 德国队对他们被取消接力赛决赛资格一事提出了正式抗议。 Conservation groups have united in protest against the planned new road. 自然环境保护组织联合抗议计划建造的新公路。 Opposing and againstComplaining
[C] an occasion when people show that they disagree with something by standing somewhere, shouting, carrying signs, 抗议活动;抗议游行 a public protest against the war 反战的公开抗议活动 a peaceful/violent protest 和平/暴力的抗议活动 Activism and pressure groupsOpposing and against
under protest
If something is done under protest, it is done unwillingly 不情愿地 I only went to the meeting under protest. 我去开会是不情愿的。 Unwilling and reluctantReady and willingLacking interest and enthusiasm
Translations of “protest”
in Korean 시위, 항의…
in Arabic يَحْتَجّ…
in Portuguese protesto…
in Catalan protesta, manifestació…
in Japanese 抗議, 反対…
in Italian protesta…
in Chinese (Traditional) 抗議, 反對, 抗議活動…
in Russian протест…
in Turkish protesto…
in Polish protest…
(Definition of protest noun from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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