拮抗, アンタゴニズム, 対立, 反目, 敵対, 確執, 相克, 相剋, 対抗, 反対, 反
Noun(1) a state of deep-seated ill-will(2) the relation between opposing principles or forces or factors(3) an actively expressed feeling of dislike and hostility(4) (biochemistry
(1) As in biochemistry, antagonism in pharmacology is not restricted to competition.(2) For on a national level, New Labour has long since abandoned any Old Labour-style antagonism towards private education.(3) What lies behind all this, I believe, is a deep sense of the fundamental antagonism between the government and the people it governs.(4) In 1959 he became professor, by which time he had welcomed in the new NHS and done much to make his colleagues overcome their antagonism towards it.(5) This perception has caused resentment, antagonism , and opposition to the West.(6) The antagonism between races in the city is nothing compared with the fear of it felt by those outside.(7) the antagonism between them(8) In order to understand the structural basis for pterin antagonism , selected derivatives were docked into the NOS pterin binding cavity.(9) I am very sorry that some contributors to your letters page seem to be trying to encourage antagonism between different areas of the city hit by the floods.(10) The symbolic separation and opposition aside, the personal antagonism between the two men is not imagined by the media.(11) his antagonism toward the local people(12) Open public antagonism towards farmers will not help them, their communities or the rest of us.(13) The year-end election is likely to revive antagonism between the government and the opposition.(14) In the early nineteenth century, the old British antagonism between Celts and Saxons was put on a biological footing.(15) Why, though, if truth is so wonderful, and so obtainable, is there so much antagonism toward science?(16) his antagonism towards the local people
1. hostility ::
2. friction ::
3. enmity ::
4. antipathy ::
5. animus ::
6. opposition ::
7. dissension ::
8. rivalry ::
9. acrimony ::
11. rancor ::
12. resentment ::
13. animosity ::
14. aversion ::
15. dislike ::
16. ill feeling ::
18. bad blood ::
Different Formsantagonism, antagonisms
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