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American English: /əbˈdʒɛkʃ(ə)n/
British English: /əbˈdʒɛkʃ(ə)n/

Translation of objection in Spanish:


  • 1.1 countable (argument against) that's a valid objection
    es una objeción válida
    to make/raise/voice an objection
    hacer/poner/expresar una objeción
    I've no objection: we can go wherever you like
    no tengo inconveniente, podemos ir a donde quieras
    I'm going out: any objections?
    voy a salir ¿alguna objeción or algún inconveniente?
    objection that
    objeción de que
    he raised the objection that the company was short of funds
    puso la objeción de que la compañía estaba escasa de fondos
    objection to something
    objeción a algo
    is there any objection to my being present?
    ¿existe alguna objeción a que or algún inconveniente en que yo asista?
    Example sentences
    • They said that the President either had already signed it or was about to when objections were raised in Congress.
    • Traffic is a common theme of the concerns expressed in the objections to the quarry.
    • It will allow residents to seek a review of licences at any time and raise objections when they are applied for.
    1.2 countable (Law)objection!
    objection overruled
    no ha lugar a la protesta
    objection sustained o upheld
    ha lugar a la protesta
    Example sentences
    • The application is open to objection and is likely that the whole process will take many months.
    • This position, even if internally consistent, would seem to be open to grave objection.
    • All of the explanations are open to serious objection: it may well be that none of them is correct.
    1.3 uncountable (disapproval, dislike) See examples: the plan met with the objection of the clergy
    el plan se encontró con la oposición del clero
    I have no objection to her
    no tengo nada en contra de ella
    I have no objection to his coming too
    no tengo ningún inconveniente or ningún reparo en que venga él también

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