be against (someone or something)

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be against (someone or something)

To be opposed to someone or something. How many people are against this proposal for a new shopping center?
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be against

v.
To be opposed to something or someone: I'm against that kind of severe punishment. All those who are against this proposal should raise their hands.
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He was bound to be against it. "Well, Prime Minister, I know that on the face of it this plan looks as though it might benefit the employment situation in depressed areas.