Word: against

Category: against

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Related words: against

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Synonyms: against

opposed to, in opposition to, hostile to, averse to, antagonistic toward, inimical to, unsympathetic to, resistant to, at odds with, in disagreement with, dead set against, anti, counter to, contrary to, in the opposite direction to, disadvantageous to, unfavorable to, damaging to, detrimental to, prejudicial to, deleterious to, harmful to, injurious to, a drawback for, touching, in contact with, up against, on, adjacent to

Translations: against

spanish
enfrente, contra, hacia


german
gegen, wetteifern, ferner, entgegen, auflehnte, ...

french
pour, moyennant, par, sur, malgré, ...

italian
contro

portuguese
contra

dutch
tegen, jegens, versus, tegenover

russian
от, на, к, про, по, ...

norwegian
imot

swedish
emot, mot

finnish
vastaan, turvata, vastoin, vasten

danish
imod

czech
před, proti, na, vůči, po

polish
ku, przy, przeciw, wbrew, o, ...

hungarian
ellen

turkish
aleyhinde

greek
εναντίον, κατά

ukrainian
на, обіді-на, з, проти, на-на, ...

albanian
kundër

bulgarian
против

belarusian
супраць

estonian
vastu

croatian
protiv

icelandic
móti, gegn

latin
contra

lithuanian
prieš, nuo, su, dėl, atžvilgiu

latvian
pret

macedonian
против, од, во однос, врз, однос

romanian
contra

slovenian
proti

slovak
oproti, proti

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The meaning and "use of": against

preposition
  • in opposition to.
  • in anticipation of and preparation for (a problem or difficulty).
  • in conceptual contrast to.
  • in or into physical contact with (something), typically so as to be supported by or collide with it.

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