Definition of 'opposing'
Example sentences containing 'opposing'
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`Elizabeth, we don't have to rehash our opposing world views. DOUBTING THOMAS (2001)The two opposing sides had unconsciously arranged themselves on either side of the long wooden table near the fireplace. TREASON KEEP (2001)A leader always removes the loudest opposing voices upon attaining power. TREASON KEEP (2001)
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Translations for 'opposing'
British English: opposing /əˈpəʊzɪŋ/ ADJECTIVE
Opposing ideas or tendencies are totally different from each other.
I have a friend who has the opposing view.
- American English: opposing
- Arabic: مُعَارِضٌ لِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: antagônico
- Chinese: 相反的
- Croatian: protivan
- Czech: protichůdný
- Danish: modsat
- Dutch: tegenovergesteld
- European Spanish: contrario
- Finnish: vastustava
- French: adverse
- German: gegnerisch
- Greek: αντιθετικός
- Italian: opposto
- Japanese: 反対する
- Korean: 반대하는
- Norwegian: motstridende
- Polish: przeciwstawny
- European Portuguese: antagónico
- Romanian: opus
- Russian: противостоящий
- Spanish: contrario
- Swedish: motstående
- Thai: ซึ่งต่อต้าน
- Turkish: karşı çıkan
- Ukrainian: супротивний
- Vietnamese: trái ngược
Definition of opposing from the Collins English Dictionary
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