opposed to po angielsku

wymowa
against

Przykładowe zdania

It was so rare for someone to have an opinion opposed to his, such that having a person who held their own was a novelty that pleased him.
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Most people are opposed to the new law.
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According to the deputy of the ruling United Socialist Party of Venezuela, Robert Serra, the political leaders opposed to the government of president Nicolas Maduro have “delegitimized state institutions.”
(Voice of America)
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I would much rather have had a new dress costing three hundred francs. She and her brother were solidly opposed to everything old. His daughter was already a woman.
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signifying that employer and employees had obeyed the order of mobilization. It had never occurred to Desnoyers that his carpenter might become a soldier, since he was so opposed to all kinds of authority.
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The first news of the war with Prussia surprised him in Marseilles, working on the decorations of a theatre. Marcelo was opposed to the Empire like all the youths of his generation.
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Who could possibly be opposed to it?
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But for the beginner it is dangerous, because for him fullness means something opposed to nothingness.
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Chaise left then, being personally opposed to hard labor of any kind.
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Cowperwood, always the man of action as opposed to nervous cogitation, braced up on the instant like taut wire.
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Synonimy

against: con, contra, in opposition, at odds


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