Sinónimos de protest en inglés:

protest


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nombre

1‘voters humiliated the government as a protest against high public spending’

SINÓNIMOS
objection, exception, complaint, disapproval, disagreement, opposition, challenge, dissent, demurral, remonstration, expostulation, fuss, outcry
railing, inveighing, fulmination, protestation
ANTÓNIMOS

support, approval

2‘women staged a protest outside the gates’

SINÓNIMOS
demonstration, demo, march, protest march, rally, occupation, sit-in, die-in, sleep-in, human chain, dirty protest, write-in, peace camp
non-cooperation
stoppage, strike, walkout, mutiny, picket, boycott
Britanico industrial action, work-to-rule
Indio morcha, gherao, hartal

verbo

1‘people began to protest at the development of nuclear power’

SINÓNIMOS
express opposition, raise objections, object, make a protest, dissent, take issue, make a stand, take a stand, put up a fight, kick, take exception, complain, express disapproval, disagree, express disagreement, demur, remonstrate, expostulate, make a fuss
cry out, speak out, rail, inveigh, fulminate
oppose, challenge, denounce
coloquial kick up a fuss, kick up a stink
ANTÓNIMOS

acquiesce

2‘two dozen people protested outside the cathedral’

SINÓNIMOS
demonstrate, march, hold a rally, sit in, form a human chain, occupy somewhere, stage a dirty protest, refuse to cooperate, take a knee, take the knee
stop work, down tools, strike, go on strike, walk out, mutiny, picket somewhere
Britanico work to rule, take industrial action
boycott something

3‘Richardson has always protested his innocence’

SINÓNIMOS
insist on, claim, maintain, declare, announce, profess, proclaim, assert, affirm, argue, vow, avow, aver, pledge, swear, swear to, testify to
marginal asseverate