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6. Husbands, have love for your wives, and be not bitter against them.
7. And patients themselves often feel their role is to be heroic and to soldier on, against the odds, with yet anothetreatment or intervention.
8. It is against the law to buy cigarettes or tobacco if you are under 16 years of age.
9. Years of age: It is against the law to buy cigarettes or tobacco if you are under 16 years of age.
10. This may now be readily understood when the law against marriage is maintained by such penalties.
11. Container integrity must be maintained to protect against the introduction of unauthorized material and/or persons.
12. In 1969, Tokyo maintained quotas or other barriers against 120 categories of imports.
13. Always weigh the degree of security maintained by your hosting provider against the security you expect to provide in-house.
14. Is a listing of debarred suppliers maintained and checked against potential and existing suppliers?
15. Throughout the nineteenth century and into the twentieth, citizens of the United States maintained a bias against big cities.
16. Rain had been falling all day, and it had been a cold, gloomy, almost menacing rain, with, I remember, an unmistakable spite against mankind.
17. In his last ten years of life, he still fought rigorously against racism and anti-Semitism.
18. The mother set the baby against the sofa and rushed to the kitchen.
19. A young woman of a modest and pleasing guise was standing before a show window gazing with sprightly interest at its display of shaving-mugs and inkstands, and two yards from the window a large policeman of severe demeanour leaned against a waterplug.
20. Although the tradition is multilayerly, the basic one is to dig its sediment, guide the direction and enforce it to dash against the great tide of the world along its own purpose——but not melt itself in the tide.
against 词典解释In addition to the uses shown below, against is used in phrasal verbs such as ‘come up against’, ‘guard against’, and ‘hold against’.
除下列用法外，against还可用于come up against, guard against, hold against等短语动词中。
If one thing is leaning or pressing against another, it is touching it.
e.g. She leaned against him…
e.g. On a table pushed against a wall there were bottles of beer and wine.
If you are against something such as a plan, policy, or system, you think it is wrong, bad, or stupid.
e.g. Taxes are unpopular ― it is understandable that voters are against them…
e.g. Joan was very much against commencing drug treatment.
If you compete against someone in a game, you try to beat them.
e.g. The tour will include games against the Australian Barbarians…
e.g. Billy Hardy has pulled out of his second fight against Noel Carroll after a training accident.
If you take action against someone or something, you try to harm them.
e.g. Security forces are still using violence against opponents of the government.
e.g. …an upsurge in racism against immigrants…
If you take action against a possible future event, you try to prevent it.
e.g. …the fight against crime…
e.g. They are arguing against hospital closures…
If you do something against someone’s wishes, advice, or orders, you do not do what they want you to do or tell you to do.
e.g. He didn’t want to go against the wishes of the German government…
e.g. He discharged himself from hospital against the advice of doctors.
If you do something in order to protect yourself against something unpleasant or harmful, you do something which will make its effects on you less serious if it happens.
e.g. A business needs insurance against risks such as fire and flood…
e.g. It has been claimed that wine helps protect against heart disease.
If you have something against someone or something, you dislike them.
e.g. Have you got something against women, Les?…
e.g. I have nothing against foreigners.
If something is against the law or against the rules, there is a law or a rule which says that you must not do it.
e.g. It is against the law to detain you against your will for any length of time…
e.g. We thought cheating was against the rules.
If you are moving against a current, tide, or wind, you are moving in the opposite direction to it.
e.g. …swimming upstream against the current…
e.g. They were going to sail around the little island, against the tide.
If something happens or is considered against a particular background of events, it is considered in relation to those events, because those events are relevant to it.
e.g. The Pope has sent a message appealing for unity in his homeland, against a background of divisions in the Solidarity movement…
e.g. The profits rise was achieved against a backdrop of falling metal prices.
If something is measured or valued against something else, it is measured or valued by comparing it with the other thing.
e.g. Our policy has to be judged against a clear test: will it improve the standard of education?…
e.g. Check the operator’s productivity against agreed targets…
If you discuss a particular set of facts or figures as against another set, you are comparing or contrasting the two sets of facts or figures.
e.g. Over 50% of divorced men regretted their divorce, as against 25% of women.
The odds against something happening are the chances or odds that it will not happen.
e.g. The odds against him surviving are incredible.
15. up against -> see up
against the clock -> see clock
1. They are retained in the SAR political establishment because the business interests want certain form of safeguards against possible encroachment.
2. Early Sunday, he said he gave the military permission to act without restrictions against rocket fire.
3. Some worry that we may encourage the illegal sex business by doing so, but leaving sex workers vulnerable to the virus is against ethical principles.
4. China also cannot expect Southeast Asian countries to act against Washington’s will.
5. It was an act against the Swedish people to scare them and not me.
6. A common medication used in type 2 diabetes might have the potential to also act against Alzheimer’s disease.
7. Palestinians in turn agreed to act against militants attempting attacks against Israelis.
8. The statement and the remarks are warning to certain countries not to use ASEAN to act against China.
9. ” Neither video showed Lin had committed an indecent act against the child, ” Luo said.
10. Seoul said that the launch will be a provocative act against the international community and urged Pyongyang to show restraint.