oppose名词

oppose名词(oppose的用法)

oppose名词(oppose的用法)

oppose的用法


vt. 反对; 使相对

基本要点

1.oppose的基本意思是“反对”“使相对”,指经过深思熟虑或有重大理由对某种倾向、行为极不赞成而“竭力反对”。强调主动采取行动。

2.oppose只用作及物动词,接名词、代词、动名词作宾语。

3.oppose的过去分词opposed,常用作形容词,在句中作表语,说明一个人的态度,通常与介词to连用。

oppose against 对照,对比

oppose one's will against others 把自己的意向跟他人的对照一下

oppose black to white 使黑白相对

oppose to 使反对

oppose violence with violence 用暴力来反对暴力

comment和oppose在作为动词和名词的时候读法都不同吗?


你好,

comment不管是动词还是名词,发音都一样:['k?ment]?;

oppose是动词,发音为 [ ?'p??z],它的名词是opposition,发音为[??p?'z??n]

oppose,object,resist,withstand区别


oppose为普通名词,指反对被认为是错误的计划,看法等,通常经过深思熟虑

object指突然的、未经深层思考的反对

resist指积极反抗暴力或伤害,也指内心的斗争

withstand暗指成功地反抗

Oppose?用法


[E5pEuz]

vt.

反对, 使对立, 使对抗, 抗争

vi.

反对

oppose

op.pose

AHD:[…-p?z“]

D.J.[*6pouz]

K.K.[*6poz]

v.(动词)

op.posed, op.pos.ing, op.pos.es

v.tr.(及物动词)

To be in contention or conflict with:

和…起冲突:与某事物对抗或冲突:

oppose the enemy force.

和敌军起冲突

To be resistant to:

反抗,抗拒:

opposes new ideas.

反对新的意见

To place opposite in contrast or counterbalance.

相对:放在某事物对面以对比或平衡

To place so as to be opposite something else.

使相对:为使与其它事物相对而放置

v.intr.(不及物动词)

To act or be in opposition.

对抗,对立

Middle English opposen [to question, interrogate]

中古英语 opposen [提问,质问]

from Old French opposer

源自 古法语 opposer

alteration influenced by poser [to place] * see pose 1

受 poser的影响 [放置] *参见 pose1

of Latin opp?e [to oppose] ob- [against] * see ob- p?e [to put] * see apo-

拉丁语 opp?化 [反对] ob- [反对] *参见 ob- p?e [放置] *参见 apo-

oppos“er

n.(名词)

oppose, fight, combat, resist, withstand, contest

These verbs are compared as they mean to set someone or something in opposition to another, as in an effort to overcome or defeat.

这些动词表示把某事或某物放在相反位置上以求取胜时,意思是有区别的。

Oppose has the fewest connotations:

Oppose 内涵最少:

oppose a legislative bill;

反对合法帐单;

was opposed to nuclear reactors.

反对核反应。

“The idea is inconsistent with our constitutional theory and has been stubbornly opposed . . . since the early days of the Republic” (E.B. White).

“这种想法与我们的宪法理论不相符,一直受到顽固抵制…自从共和国成立早期就开始了。” (E.B.怀特)。

Fight and combat suggest vigor and aggressiveness:

Fight 和combat 表示充满活力和斗志:

fight corruption;

反腐败;

combating disease.

减少疾病。

“All my life I have fought against prejudice and intolerance” (Harry S Truman).

“我的整个一生都是为了反对偏见和偏狭” (亨利·S·杜鲁门)。

“We are not afraid . . . to tolerate any error so long as reason is left free to combat it” (Thomas Jefferson). To resist is to strive to fend off or offset the actions, effects, or force of:

“我们不惧怕…去忍受错误,只要理性存在,最终会战胜它” (汤姆斯·杰斐逊)。Resist 指奋力抗争或抵抗一些行动、效果和力量:

“Pardon was freely extended to all who had resisted the invasion” (John R. Green).

“赦免所有抵制侵略的人们” (约翰R·格林)。

“My servants . . . resisted the adoption of this plan” (A.W. Kinglake).

“我的佣人们拒绝接受这个计划” (A.W.肯莱克)。

Withstand often implies successful resistance:

Withstand 通常指成功的反抗。

“Neither the southern provinces, nor Sicily, could have withstood his power” (Henry Hallam). To contest is to call something into question and take an active stand against it:

“南方各省和新丁里都没能顶得住他的强大势力” (亨利·汉姆)。Contest 是指对某事物提出疑问, 并用采取积极的行动反对这个观点:

I don't contest your right to dispose of your property as you see fit, but I doubt the propriety of this bequest.

我不反对你放弃你的财产的权力,但是我怀疑这遗产的合法性

oppose

op-=before在…前+pose放=相对地放着

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