1 [C, U] ~ (to sth/doing sth) (expression of a) feeling of dislike, disapproval or opposition 厌恶; 不赞成; 反对; 异议
*raise/lodge/voice an objection 提出异议
* He has a strong objection to getting up so early. 他十分反感这么早起床.
* I'd like to come too, if you've no objection. 你要不反对的话, 我也愿意来.
* Objections to the plan will be listened to sympathetically. 欢迎对该计画提出反对意见.
2 [C] ~ (to/against sb/sth) reason for objecting 反对的理由
*My main objection to the plan is that it would be too expensive. 我反对该计画的主要理由是代价太高.
[U and C]
a reason that you have for opposing or disapproving of something, or something you say that expresses this
Her objection was that he was too young.
Lawyers raised no objections to the plan.
Normally he would have no objection to the whole world knowing his business.
Local residents raised strong objections to the building application.
He had moral objections to killing animals for food.
the religious objections of some parents
The bill was passed over the objections of many Democrats.
spoken formal said by lawyers to a judge in a court when they think that what another lawyer has just said should not be allowed
COLLOCATES for sense 1
raise/voice/make an objection (to something)
have no objection (to something)
do something over the objections of somebody (=do something despite someone's objections)
1. He has no objection to my going. 他不反对我去。