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Meaning of “resistance” - Learner’s Dictionary

resistance

noun [U, no plural]     /rɪˈzɪstəns/
DISAGREE
If there is resistance to a change, idea, etc, people disagree with it and refuse to accept it: resistance to political changeArguments and disagreements
FIGHT
If someone puts up resistance, they fight against someone who is attacking them: She didn't put up much resistance .Responding to an attack
ILLNESS
the ability of your body to not be affected by illnesses: Cold weather may lower the body's resistance to infection.Immunology and vaccination
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