Learn English Grammar From A–Z
1en contra dehe's completely anti the scheme — está totalmente en contra del plan
1en contrahe's anti — está en contra
- The prospect of war has roused strong passions, drawing politicians and public figures into pro and anti positions.
- It's almost like the worst moments of the pro / anti debate replayed in microcosm.
- The report was compiled by a wide spectrum of scientists from both pro and anti lobby groups and was chaired by the government's chief scientist.
- I thought the debate went from the pro argument to the anti argument.
- Too often this debate is polarised into pro and anti camps, and this book does not help in this regard.
- Lots of talk about auditing at the pro page, and the anti page had talk about some man that took over the world 75 million years ago?
- But even in January 1975 the anti campaign still had an 8% edge.
- This possibility has seemed so absurd, given the opinion polls, the press and the well-financed and efficiently organised anti campaign, that it has hardly seemed worth raising.
- Helen is frankly public in her dislike of it, though Raenette's vote against the law in parliament means she is still the poster-child for the anti brigade.