- adj.强烈反对某事物的; （表示对比）而，相对于; 相反的; 敌对的;
We hold diametrically opposed views.
A MORI poll showed that 68% of people opposed the ban.
He had been opposed by a coalition of about 50 civil rights, women's and Latino organizations.
They opposed the nomination of a junior officer to the position of Inspector General of Police.
We ate in the restaurant, as opposed to the bistro.
Only 18 percent of those surveyed opposed the idea.
The United States remains resolutely opposed to this.
Perhaps the opposed parties will lay aside their sectional interests and rise to this challenge.
Seventy per cent of this country is opposed to blood sports.
Aunt Mary's a real conservative. She's totally opposed to women going out to work.
The enemy chieftain was opposed and deserted by his followers.
He had opposed George's entry right at the beginning.
Frankly speaking, I'm not opposed to reform.
At first he was opposed to the scheme, but we managed to argue him round.
The path he saw himself taking in his research seemed directly opposed to the ethos of the department.
The minister has consistently opposed any relaxation in the law.
His family were adamantly opposed to the marriage.
He struggled against those who opposed his plan.
The man in the street is opposed to this idea.
I opposed myself to the training plan.
His parents are opposed to the match.
I am not opposed to reform.
The husband strongly opposed his wife's going there alone.
He had opposed Jim's entry right at the beginning.
That is one reason why we have remained opposed to dogmatism toward the theory of Marxism.
Politically, they belonged to the conservative party and opposed reform.
The father opposed to his son's marriage.
I am inclined to believe that he is really opposed to the plan.
This is a heated debate which involves materialist as opposed to idealist views.
Reading in a pedantic way may turn you into a bookworm or a bookcase, and has long been opposed.
Despite this fact, many Americans are still strongly opposed to "big government.
Those who are opposed to it turn out to benefit most from it.
In fact, every step of the way, as (usually) Democratic leaders have tried to introduce work-family balance measures into the law, business groups have been strongly opposed.
The rich are opposed to social welfare.
Many farmers opposed the plan because they feared that wolves would kill their farm animals or pets.
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1. in opposition to (a policy or attitude etc.);
"an opposing vote"
2. being in opposition or having an opponent;
"two bitterly opposed schools of thought"
as opposed to
distinguished from or in contrast with
an approach that is theoretical as opposed to practical.