come out against
come out against (someone or something)
To reveal or voice one's opposition to someone or something. Many people in our small town have come out against that big construction project because they feel that we don't need more stores so close to our homes.
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come out against someone or something
to announce or reveal that one is opposed to someone or something. Our governor came out against the new tax bill.
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