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  1. dissent

    • IPA[dɪˈsɛnt]

    英式

    • n.
      the holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held;refusal to accept the doctrines of an established or orthodox Church; nonconformity
    • v.
      hold or express opinions that are at variance with those commonly or officially held;disagree with the doctrine of an established or orthodox Church.
    • verb: dissent, 3rd person present: dissents, gerund or present participle: dissenting, past tense: dissented, past participle: dissented

    • noun: dissent, plural noun: dissents

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    名詞

    • 1. the holding or expression of opinions at variance with those commonly or officially held there was no dissent from this view
    • refusal to accept the doctrines of an established or orthodox Church; nonconformity rural communities with a long tradition of Dissent
    • (in sport) the offence of expressing disagreement with the referee's decision he was sent off for dissent
    • a statement by a judge giving reasons as to why he or she disagrees with a decision made by the other judges in a court case he wasted no time in cranking out nine majority opinions, as well as three dissents

    動詞

    • 1. hold or express opinions that are at variance with those commonly or officially held two members dissented from the majority
    • disagree with the doctrine of an established or orthodox Church.
    • adj.
      holding or expressing opinions that are at variance with those commonly or officially held: there were a couple of dissenting voices

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      holding or expressing opinions that are at variance with those commonly or officially held: there were a couple of dissenting voices

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[dəˈsent]

    美式

    • n.
      the expression or holding of opinions at variance with those previously, commonly, or ... there was no dissent from this view
    • v.
      hold or express opinions that are at variance with those previously, commonly, or officially ... two members dissented from the majority

    Oxford American Dictionary