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protest

US [prəˈtest, ˈproʊˌtest]
UK [prəˈtest]
  • n.抗议;反对;抗议书(或行动)
  • v.抗议;(公开)反对;坚决地表示;申辩
  • Web拒绝证书;拒付证书;提出抗议
Simple Present:protests  Present Participle:protesting  Past Tense:protested  
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n.
1.
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抗议;抗议书(或行动);反对the expression of strong disagreement with or opposition to sth; a statement or an action that shows this
The director resigned in protest at the decision.
主任辞职以示抗议这项决定。
The announcement raised a storm of protest .
这个声明引起了一场抗议风潮。
a protest march
抗议游行
She accepted the charge without protest .
她一声未吭地接受了指控。
The workers staged a protest against the proposed changes in their contracts.
工人们发起抗议,反对拟议中的对他们合同的修改。
The building work will go ahead, despite protests from local residents.
尽管当地居民反对,建筑工程将照样进行。
The riot began as a peaceful protest.
暴乱是从一场和平抗议开始的。
IDM
She wrote a letter of apology but only under protest.
她无奈之下写了一封致歉信。
under protest
无奈地;不服气地;不甘心地unwillingly and after expressing disagreement
She wrote a letter of apology but only under protest.
她无奈之下写了一封致歉信。
v.
1.
[i][t]
(公开)反对;抗议to say or do sth to show that you disagree with or disapprove of sth, especially publicly
Students took to the streets to protest against the decision.
学生们走上街头,抗议这项决定。
The victim's widow protested at the leniency of the sentence.
受害人的遗孀抗议判决太轻。
There's no use protesting, I won't change my mind.
抗议没有用,我决不改变主意。
They fully intend to protest the decision.
他们决意反对这项决定。
2.
[t]
坚决地表示;申辩to say firmly that sth is true, especially when you have been accused of sth or when other people do not believe you
She has always protested her innocence .
她一直坚持说自己是无辜的。
He protested that the journey was too far by car.
他坚持说路途太远,不宜开汽车去。
‘That's not what you said earlier!’ Jane protested.
“你当初不是这么说的!”简争辩说。

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