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Translation of "against" - English-Turkish dictionary

against

preposition     /əˈɡenst/
NOT AGREE
B2 disagreeing with a plan or activity karşı olma Andrew wants to change offices but I'm against it. There were 70 votes for the new proposal and 30 against.Opposing and against
COMPETE
A2 competing with or opposing someone or something karşı yarışma Liverpool is playing against AC Milan. the fight against racismOpposing and against
TOUCH
A2 touching something dayanan, yaslanan Push the bed against the wall.Next to and beside
PROTECT
protecting you from something bad bir şeye karşı koruyan, sakınan Fresh fruit in the diet may protect against cancer.Defending and protectingBacking, supporting and defendingPreserving and saving
OPPOSITE DIRECTION
B1 in the opposite direction to the way something is moving karşı taraftan, karşısında I was cycling against the wind.Through, across, opposite and against
against the law/the rules
B2 forbidden by a law or by rules yasalara/kurallara aykırı, yasaklanmış It's against the law to leave young children alone in the house.Obeying and breaking the lawObedient and compliantDisobedientBad and wrong behaviour
against sb's advice/wishes, etc
If you do something against someone's advice, wishes, etc, you do it although they have said you should not or must not. birinin tavsiye/istek/arzularına karşın, bunların aksine He flew there against his doctor's advice.Neglecting and ignoringNot paying attentionTreating as unimportant
have sth against sb/sth
to have a reason not to like someone or something bir şeye, kişiye karşı olma ya da sevmemek için bir sebebi olmak I've got nothing against him personally, I just don't think he's the right man for the job.Opposing and against
(Definition of against from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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