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Definition of objection noun from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary



objection (to something/to doing something) objection (that…)
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a reason why you do not like or are opposed to something; a statement about this Ihave no objection to him coming to stay. I'd like to come too, if you have no objection. The main objection to the plan was that it would cost too much. to raise an objection to something No objections were raised at the time. The proposal will go ahead despite strong objections from the public.
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