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Meaning of “oppose” - Learner’s Dictionary

oppose

verb [T]
 
 
/əˈpəʊz/
B2 to disagree with a plan or activity and to try to change or stop it: The committee opposed a proposal to allow women to join the club.Opposing and against
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