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"objection" in British English

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objectionnoun [C]

uk   /əbˈdʒek.ʃən/ us   /əbˈdʒek.ʃən/
B2 the act of expressing or feeling opposition to or dislike of something or someone: Her objection to/against the plan is based on incorrect facts. A couple of people raised/voiced objections to the proposal. [+ that] I have no objection except that it may cost more than expected.
(Definition of objection from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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objectionnoun [C]

us   /əbˈdʒek·ʃən/
a feeling or expression of opposition, dislike, or disapproval: A couple of people raised/voiced objections to the plan. Does anyone have any objections?
(Definition of objection from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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objectionnoun [C or U]

uk   /əbˈdʒekʃən/ us  
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 from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “objection”
in Arabic مُعارَضة…
in Korean 이의…
in Portuguese objeção…
in Catalan objecció…
in Japanese 異議…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反对,不赞成, 有异议…
in Turkish itiraz, karşı çıkma…
in Russian возражение…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反對,不贊成, 有異議…
in Italian obiezione…
in Polish zastrzeżenie, sprzeciw…
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