противиться; воспротивиться; сопротивляться; противопоставлять; препятствовать; мешать; оппонировать; быть против; выступать против; находиться в оппозиции; оказывать сопротивление
- Labour believes a points system will rally its party to oppose the bill.
- The stateless image automatically provided Zuwaya or Magharba with a group they had to oppose - - not exactly at all costs, but certainly at every opportunity.
- He was the only MP to so oppose the new Clause in Standing Committee A on 8th December 1987.
- Given the number of people who are likely to oppose such a policy, it requires perseverance in implementation and faith in the ability of traditional attitudes to change.
- Having in mind the proposals of the Government for a very considerable increase in the armaments of the country, and also the piling up of armaments in other European countries with a consequent danger of war, the Council in March passed a resolution calling the TUC to discuss measures which might be taken to oppose such an armament programme and to prepare plans for action to prevent the outbreak of war.
- It felt it could not oppose the Israeli-Egyptian peace treaty brokered by the United States in March 1979, but at the same time viewed it with ambivalence.
- Many party officials oppose the ideas, such as privatisation and greater powers for the republics, that a round table would be likely to discuss.
- Yet these non-Conservative elements - the Liberal Nationals and National Labour - were becoming more and more adjuncts to the Conservative party, and they owed their seats entirely to the willingness of the Conservatives not to oppose them in the constituencies.
- Besides, with GEMU, which no East German politician dare oppose, East Germany will already have yielded its monetary sovereignty to the West German Bundesbank and with it a lot of its room for political manoeuvre.
- Both those who are working for and those who oppose the ordination of women to the priesthood fully support the ecumenical movement.
- There are many reasons to oppose this Bill.
- However, council leader Iain Coleman said yesterday that the council would oppose ground-sharing.
- Furthermore, the lower the level of education, the more likely the respondent was to oppose the return of the refugees.