solid thing that can be seen and touched
person or thing to which sth is done or some feeling or thought is directed
thing aimed at; intention; purpose
person or thing of strange appearance
noun, noun phrase or noun clause which refers to a person, thing, etc. affected by the action of a verb, or which depends on a preposition
say that one is not in favour of sb/sth; protest
give (sth) as a reason for opposing sb/sth
"it was full of rackets, balls and other objects"
"the sole object of her trip was to see her children"
"the object of the verb"
"objects of thought"
"the object of my affection"
"in object-oriented programming, objects include data and define its status, its methods of operation and how it interacts with other objects"
"She never objected to the amount of work her boss charged her with"
"When asked to drive the truck, she objected that she did not have a driver's license"
"My wife objects to modern furniture"
The torch's glare gave horrible indistinctness to objects.
出自： T. Medwin
In the spare bedroom..surrounded by more and more objects.
出自： A. Lurie
He commanded him to be objected to a hungry..Lyon.
出自： R. Codrington
A very white..piece of Ashwood..objected to a proper Light.
出自： N. Grew
The Goth objects His shield, and on its rim received the edge.
他强烈反对那项决定。 object against sb for sth
Why do you object against Mr. Sharp for the chairmanship?
你为何反对夏普先生担任主席一职? object against sb that-clause
I object against him that he is too young to go to school.
I won't object to a cup of tea.
I don't object to a glass of beer.
Some people always object to everything.
He objected to my proposal.
We appreciate your reasons for objecting to the proposal.
No one objected to the decision when it was made.
No one objected to the idea.
They all object to the plan.
I don't object to the early start.I've always been an early riser.
She objects very much to wet weather.
Dick had been fired time and again because his employers objected to his manners.
迪克曾三番五次地被解雇,因为他的老板们看不惯他的举止。 object to (sb/sb's) v-ing
We object to leaving school and going to work.
Would you object to exchanging seats?
Now that I've grown up,I object to being treated like a child.
He objected to being treated like a guest.
I object to being blamed for something I haven't done.
Would you object to my opening the window?
I object to your smoking.
His mother objects to his going abroad.
Her mother objected to her going out at night.
I don't object to the children going with us.
误 She asked me to give up smoking—she objected the smell of it.
正 She asked me to give up smoking—she objected to the smell of it.
误 Her mother objected that she stayed out until very late at night.
正 Her mother objected to her staying out until very late at night.
析 object+that从句表示提出某事作为反对的理由或根据,可以译为“反对说…”; object to (+ v -ing)的结构表示“反对做(某事)”。