UK [əbˈdʒektə(r)] / US [əbˈdʒektər] noun [countable]
Word forms "objector":
singular objector plural objectors
someone who disagrees with something

There are many objectors to the company's plans.

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  • Objector — Ob*ject or, n. [L., an accuser.] One who objects; one who offers objections to a proposition or measure. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • objector — index appellant, disputant, malcontent Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • objector — |ètô| s. m. 1. Aquele que faz objeções. 2. Objetor de consciência: aquele que se recusa a prestar o serviço militar por razões de ordem política ou religiosa.   ♦ [Portugal] Grafia de objetor antes do Acordo Ortográfico de 1990.   ♦ Grafia no… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • objector — is the preferred spelling for ‘someone who objects’, not objecter …   Modern English usage

  • objector — object ob‧ject 1 [əbˈdʒekt] verb [intransitive] to complain or protest about something, or to feel that you oppose it or disapprove of it: • The mayor considered contracting out garbage collection, but the unions objected. object to • The banks… …   Financial and business terms

  • objector — n. a conscientious objector * * * [əb dʒektə] a conscientious objector …   Combinatory dictionary

  • objector — ob|jec|tor [əbˈdʒektə US tər] n someone who states or shows that they oppose something objector to ▪ objectors to the new motorway →↑conscientious objector …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • objector — [[t]əbʤe̱ktə(r)[/t]] objectors N COUNT An objector is someone who states or shows that they oppose or disapprove of something. → See also conscientious objector The district council agreed with the objectors and turned down the application. Ant:… …   English dictionary

  • objector — object ► NOUN 1) a material thing that can be seen and touched. 2) a person or thing to which an action or feeling is directed. 3) a goal or purpose. 4) Grammar a noun or noun phrase governed by a transitive verb or by a preposition. ► VERB ▪… …   English terms dictionary

  • objector — noun a person who dissents from some established policy • Syn: ↑dissenter, ↑dissident, ↑protester, ↑contestant • Derivationally related forms: ↑object, ↑protest (for: ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

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