Definition of anti-war in English:

anti-war

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adjective

Opposed to war in general or to the conduct of a specific war: his speech was interrupted by anti-war protesters
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  • They are among the many unionists who have adopted anti-war resolutions in recent weeks.
  • He also spoke at an antiwar event that night organized by Columbia University's antiwar coalition.
  • We are here to show our support for the world antiwar movement, she said.

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