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opponent
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opponent /ə'pounənt/
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    Concise Dictionary
    opponentsə'pəʊnənt
    noun
    +a contestant that you are matched against
    +someone who offers opposition
    adj.
    +characterized by active hostility
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    n.
    antagonist, adversary, disputant, contestant, competitor, contender, rival, foe, enemy; the opposition:
    He may be my opponent in the chess competition, but we are the best of friends.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    + noun
    1 a person that you are playing or fighting against in a game, competition, argument, etc: a political opponent + a dangerous / worthy / formidable opponent + The team's opponents are unbeaten so far this season.
    2 ~ (of sth) a person who is against sth and tries to change or stop it: opponents of abortion + opponents of the regime
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 person who plays against sb

    ADJ.

    chief, main | dangerous, tough | worthy

    VERB + OPPONENT

    attack, hit | beat, defeat | get past, outfox, outmanoeuvre, outwit | face
    Today she faces her toughest opponent on Centre Court.
    | mark | tackle | bring down, foul
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    2 sb who disagrees with sb's actions/plans/beliefs

    ADJ.

    chief, leading, main | bitter, fierce, formidable, strong, vigorous | outspoken, vocal, vociferous | worthy | political | government



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