opposed

[ษ™หˆpษ™สŠzd]

opposed Definition

  • 1to be against something or someone; to disagree with or resist something or someone
  • 2to be in contrast or conflict with something

Using opposed: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "opposed" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    I am opposed to the new policy.

  • Example

    The two candidates are opposed on several key issues.

  • Example

    The colors of the shirt and pants are opposed to each other.

  • Example

    The idea of war is opposed to peace.

opposed Synonyms and Antonyms

Synonyms for opposed

Antonyms for opposed

  • pro
  • in favor of
  • supportive of

Phrases with opposed

  • disagreeing with or resisting an idea

    Example

    He is opposed to the idea of raising taxes.

  • resistant to or against change

    Example

    The company's management is opposed to change.

  • to be completely different or opposite

    Example

    Their views on the issue are diametrically opposed.

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Summary: opposed in Brief

The term 'opposed' [ษ™หˆpษ™สŠzd] refers to being against or disagreeing with something or someone, or being in contrast or conflict with something. It can be used to describe a person's stance on an issue, as in 'I am opposed to the new policy,' or to describe a contrasting relationship between two things, as in 'The colors of the shirt and pants are opposed to each other.'