raised an objection


raised an objection
voiced his objection, said his opinion against the matter at hand, verbally expressed his dissatisfaction

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • objection — 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

  • objection*/ — [əbˈdʒekʃ(ə)n] noun [C/U] a statement that shows that you disagree with a plan, or a reason for your disagreement I think I ll go home now, if you have no objection.[/ex] I would like to put forward several objections to this proposal.[/ex] They… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • Objection (law) — Objection overruled redirects here. For other uses, see Objection overruled (disambiguation). This article is about a law term. For a Disney show, see Overruled!. In the law of the United States of America, an objection is a formal protest raised …   Wikipedia

  • objection — ob·jec·tion n 1: an act or instance of objecting; specif: a statement of opposition to an aspect of a judicial or other legal proceeding file an objection to a proposed bankruptcy plan 2: a reason or argument forming the ground of an objection ◇… …   Law dictionary

  • Objection to the consideration of a question — is a method in parliamentary procedure of preventing a motion from coming before the assembly.[1] It is often used to prevent an embarrassing question from being introduced and debated in the assembly. Explanation and Use Objection to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Objection overruled (disambiguation) — Objection overruled is a statement by a judge who disagrees with a formal protest raised in court during a trial. Objection overruled may also refer to: Objection Overruled (album), a 1993 heavy metal album by the German band Accept Objection… …   Wikipedia

  • objection — ob|jec|tion S3 [əbˈdʒekʃən] n 1.) [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. objection to ▪ Lawyers raised no objections to the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • objection */*/ — UK [əbˈdʒekʃ(ə)n] / US noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms objection : singular objection plural objections a statement that shows that you disagree with a plan, or a reason for your disagreement objection to: I would like to put forward… …   English dictionary

  • objection — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ serious, strenuous, strong ▪ valid ▪ main, major, primary, principal ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

  • objection — ob|jec|tion [ əb dʒekʃən ] noun count or uncount ** a statement that shows that you disagree with a plan, or a reason for your disagreement: objection to: I would like to put forward several objections to this proposal. have no objection: I think …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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