Opposition in Chinese and example sentences
Opposition in Chinese
Opposition in Chinese
Jose screamed “man on” when he saw a player from the opposition behind Marcello.
The manager shouted out to his players to mark the opposition.
The opposition formed a line in the box to try and block Messi from scoring.
The Prime Minister's speech was calculated to anger the opposition parties.
In the teeth of their strong opposition, we carried out our plan.
And some elected opposition candidates are already thought eager to defect.
Hatonn spoke of the formidable opposition to acknowledging the existence of extraterrestrial life.
Some member of the opposition have republican sympathy.
Some opposition supporters heartened by the turnout on Thursday.
Some opposition activists have been violently attacked.
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Some Senate Republicans were quick to express their opposition to the plan.
A government committee's rejection of proposals for a referendum on the ECFA has also galvanised opposition.
An opposition spokesman savaged the government's housing investment program.
The demonstrations were provoked by the unexplained death of an opposition leader.
Three years later, after tortuous negotiations and fierce political and popular opposition, Carlyle abandoned the bid.
三年后, 在经历了艰苦谈判、来自政界和公众的激烈反对之后, 凯雷放弃了此次收购.
A manager who rode roughshod over all opposition.
Early results from last Thursday's election have showed bit lead for the opposition challenger.
They have begun, however reluctantly, to acknowledge the legitimacy of some of the opposition's concerns.
The patent office needs 90 days to wait for any possible opposition.
Synonyms for Opposition1. hate: antagonism, counteraction, meeting, hostility, buffeting, resistance
2. conflict: hostility, opposing, resisting, clash, strife, combat
3. enemy: rivalry, adversary, disputant, antagonist, opponent, competition, foe
4. antithesis: contrast, offset
5. disagreement: objection, contrariety, discord, difference, distaste, incompatibility, disfavour
6. restraint: constraint, restriction, hindrance, tyranny