Opponent в новостях
|main opponent||Главный противник|
|outspoken opponent||Откровенный противник|
|political opponent||Политический противник|
|strong opponent||Сильный противник|
|vocal opponent||Вокальный противник|
Публикации и примеры предложений
· Brad Mooar: New All Blacks coach hopes for early Wales reunion →
Mooar is joining New Zealand as attack coach and Wales were due to be his first opponents with the All Blacks.
· Fulbright scholarships are not a panacea for the world's ills but an avenue of hope →
But at a time when mutual cooperation and problem-solving seems the only way forward, the world appears to be a confusing and partisan place where leaders take a special delight in skewering their opponents with language and conduct that would be banned on a playground.
· Todd Muller’s beige persona might not be a bad thing in the battle against Jacinda Ardern →
Muller has also been subjected to a series of embarrassing leaks from his own caucus, including the allegation that the new leadership has set up an intelligence unit designed to dig up dirt on opponents leading up to the election.
· Suriname leader seeks recount after poll defeat →
Defeat would likely end a decade in power for Bouterse, a former military strongman who was convicted months earlier of ordering the murder of political opponents in 1982.
The China Post
· Suriname opposition asks Bouterse to concede amid slow count →
Bouterse first came to power in a 1980 coup and ruled for seven years, marked by the December 1982 murders of 15 political opponents.
The New York Times
· National Geographic Plan to Dismantle Granite Sculpture Hits Snag →
The review board has received more than two dozen letters from opponents of the plan, including such influential experts as Adam D. Weinberg, director of the Whitney Museum of American Art and Glenn D. Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art.
· Boris Johnson’s top adviser took a lockdown road trip. Now it’s a huge scandal. →
Johnson’s opponents have, of course, jumped on the debacle.
· Trump move could scrap or weaken law that protects social media companies →
Trump, who uses Twitter virtually every day to promote his policies and insult his opponents, has long claimed without evidence that the site is biased in favor of Democrats.