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someone who is opposed to something thinks it should not happen or should not be done
competing against, fighting, or arguing with someone else or with each other
used for stating which plan, idea, or action someone opposes and thinks is wrong
opposing something strongly
opposing authority or accepted ways of doing things
formal involving people arguing with or opposing each other
expressing opposition to something, especially when there is a choice
completely opposed to something
opposed to something
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