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object to (someone or something)
To oppose, disagree with, or disapprove of someone or something. I know the board members object to the spending increase, but I really think it is vital for the company's success. My parents have always objected to the women I date, so I just don't tell them about my love life anymore.
object to someone or something
to disapprove of someone or something. I object to him as your choice. I object to your opinion.
To express disagreement with or disapproval of something: The city council objects to vulgar art displays in public buildings.