protest

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations noun: /ˈprəʊtɛst/, verb: /prəˈtɛst/

US:USA pronuncation: IPAUSA pronuncation: IPA/n. ˈproʊtɛst; v. prəˈtɛst, ˈproʊtɛst/

US:USA pronunciation: respellingUSA pronunciation: respelling(n. prōtest; v. prə test, prōtest)



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protest

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. did his chores without protest
  2. [washed the dishes, took out the trash] without protest
  3. don't want any protest out of you
  4. [going to, attending] a protest
  5. [organize, hold] a protest
  6. a protest [downtown, in front of city hall]
  7. a [peaceful, violent] protest
  8. a [workers', social, political] protest
  9. the protest was attended by [10,000] people
  10. [10,000] people attended the protest
  11. [20] were arrested during the protest
  12. [stores, cars] damaged in the protest
  13. a protest [against, demanding]
  14. a protest in support of (the workers)
  15. [get, obtain] a permit for the protest
  16. in protest of the [new rules, court ruling]
  17. [gathered, shouted, boycotted] in protest of
  18. a protest march
  19. protest against [the reforms, a decision, changes]
  20. protest over [the reforms]
  21. he protested at her
  22. protest [a decision, election results, an action]
  23. protest in [public, the park, groups]
  24. protest in front of [the building, the office, his house]
  25. protest on the streets
  26. protest [vigorously, strongly, vehemently] (that)
  27. protest [vigorously] against
  28. protested her innocence
  29. don't protest
  30. stop protesting
  31. protest with [us, the miners, vigor]
  32. right to protest
  33. [tried, started, gathered] to protest
  34. he's [always, forever, constantly] protesting
n as adj
  1. a protest march
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