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object to in English:

1. doing doing


I'm doing fine.
I considered doing something like blocking edits based on a blacklist.
For the moment there's nothing in particular I need to be doing.
Rather than doing any good, the rain did a great deal of harm to the crop.
He writes a daily journal, and that inspired me to try doing the same thing, but in English.
Politicians in Japan sometimes get away with doing illegal things.
When we started out designing web pages, we were the only ones doing it in this part of the country.
They keep up their spirits by doing aerobics.
If we knew what we were doing, it wouldn't be called research, would it?
Not doing one's work properly may be worse than not doing it at all.
The work I'm doing now requires originality.
They knew that doing their work cheerfully is the only way to make routine work bearable.
Tom isn't your average guy. He doesn't like things most guys like and he doesn't like to do things most men enjoy doing.
I thought doing this would be easy, but we've been working all day and we're still not finished.
He's supposed to be living in Nagano. What's he doing at Tokyo station?

2. allow allow


If you are a parent, don't allow yourself to set your heart on any particular line of work for your children.
Tom always stays at school as late as the teachers allow him to.
It allows...
Father, today I'm going out with some friends. Of course, that's if you will allow it.
The new version of Tatoeba will allow linking people, and even editing them!
If it's a light workout, OK. "Right, so will we allow crotch-kicking and eyeball crushing?"
You think that people are okay, but I allow one to think that people and all societies are bad. No one wants other people to tolerate their mischief. People give grief to people because their viewpoints vary.
Schools have tried to limit their use by not allowing them to be used in math classes, although they allow them in science lessons to save time.
Throat and nose membranes hurt by dry air allow cold viruses to enter more easily. It is important to carry out sensible counter plans against the cold with heaters and against the dryness with humidifiers.
Other than that, you should know that I allow myself a bit of irony from time to time.
Well then I'll allow two on a bike, but you pedal, because I'll ride on the rack.
It's a fiddle going to and fro between the keyboard and mouse so are there shortcuts to allow operation using only the keyboard?
You might not feel comfortable about allowing the person to realise you didn't really catch their name
this allows you to keep these resources separate from the source code.
pozwalać, zezwalać na [often passive] Smoking is not allowed in the restaurant. [+ to do sth] You are not allowed to use calculators UK in the exam/US on the exam. [+ two objects] Patients are not allowed visitors after nine o'clock.

English word "object to"(allow) occurs in sets:

Gerunds and infinitives

3. challenge


your biggest challenge
In order to continue to challenge new things, in order to meet new needs, we work day in day out in R&D.
One of the important differences between Japanese and Americans is that Japanese tend to choose a safe course in life, while Americans choose to explore and challenge life.
Thirdly, if you don't put in the effort and challenge difficult things, there is nothing in the world at which you will succeed.
The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
Building the first skyscrapers was an amazing challenge, but nowadays modern machines make it a bit easier.
To provide medical care for every citizen is a big challenge, even for developed countries.
This discovery challenges traditional beliefs.
If we responded to every fledgling challenger... who wants to make a name for themselves, it wouldn’ t be fair to us
I was bored with my job and felt I needed a new challenge.
The construction of Warsaw's second metro line was a big financial and technological challenge.
How about I challenge you to a question you might not know the answer to?
When I accepted this job, I was looking for a new challenge and ways to channel my creative ability.
the challenge for the twenty-first century is transport in space
I thought it would be boorish to challenge his identity without warning.

4. enable


Your response is greatly appreciated and will enable us to prepare more efficiently.
I afterward sold them to enable me to buy R. Burton's Historical Collections.
Computers have enabled us to communicate easily.
the tool enables clients to...
I will enable you to have access to all the options.
Contacts outside your organizatoon give you an external enables innovation
The following example of sick humor will enable you to judge for yourself.
A pendrive enabled to store information.
This may be because of a change in people's attitude toward marriage and the sharp increase of fast food restaurants and convenience stores which are open 24 hours a day and enable young people to live more easily.
Modern harps have a series of pedals that enable the performer to tune the instrument to any diatonic scale.
This change enabled the proliferation of aerobic organisms as well as the formation of the ozone layer.
Your heart enables your blood to move around your body.
polish school enabled to unfold a disabling person
Social networks enable men to revive their instinct of pack hunters, like hyena.

5. encourage


Networking sites may encourage us to invent details about our social lives.
we were encourage
American industry makes various attempts to find and encourage brilliant students from abroad.
Please refrain from posts that might encourage conflict.
Reading science fiction sometimes does much to encourage a scientific view of the universe.
the passage encouraged me to put away the old personality and to put on the new personality which was created according to God 's will.
to give someone the courage or confidence to do something. I want to thank everyone who has encouraged and supported me.
talk or behave in a way that makes somebody else more confident to do something; My friend encouraged me to write a novel.
In some companies, like Google and the Huffington Post, workplace naps are positively encouraged. They're seen as a way to make staff more productive.
Programs to encourage economic development include investment subsidies
The UK government is currently studying how to encourage people to change their eating habits.
module 2 is designed to encourage studens to prepare systems that will
It’s meant to encourage debate about the treatment of people with disabilities
My parents have always encouraged me in my choice of career. Banks actively encouraged people to borrow money.
It is imperative that we should encourage participatory forms of decision-making.

6. force


I consider the Jehovah's witnesses who knock on my door all the time to be no different from religious zealots trying to force their beliefs on me.
Don't force me.
Some learned writers have compared a Scorpion to an Epigram, because as the sting of the Scorpion lyeth in the tayl, so the force and virtue of an epigram is in the conclusion.
Where there is no common power, there is no law, where no law, no injustice. Force, and fraud, are in war the cardinal virtues.
The restraining role that the community once played is losing its force as adults become reluctant to reprimand other people's unruly children.
Among the people of the colonies suffering under Earth's tyranny a force emerges intending to overthrow the status quo through terrorism.
Up till now America has called itself the world's police and continued suppression relying on military force.
Career opportunities, flex-time, satellite offices, and more childcare facilities are required to make women at home join the work force.
Boeing's safety experts have joined others in the industry to form an international task force to try to eliminate one particular kind of air crash known as controlled flight into terrain, CFIT.
This is not about my capabilities. Even if I never had heard the slightest sound of english, I still could kneel down and put my face on the ground to show my submission. But who can force me into that?
The sexes differ, not only in stature and muscular force, but perhaps even more decisively in temperament, and this must early have given rise to a corresponding division of labour.
The police were able to control the crowd by sheer force of numbers. The force of gravity. Fishermen are always at the mercy of the forces of nature. Force of habit.
They are forced to commit further, often more violent crimes, until the situation gets totally out of control.

7. get


If you don't want to put on sunscreen, that's your problem. Just don't come complaining to me when you get a sunburn.
Get up.
Get rid of that heap of old newspapers.
If you leave your textbooks at school during the break, they'll get confiscated.
Why don't we stop arguing over these piddling matters and get to the issues at hand?
I never for a moment imagined we wouldn't get home before the storm hit.
Do you think you can get me to Union Station by a quarter after?
My mother visits the dentist's every other day to get her teeth fixed.
Why don't you get rid of your motorcycle? You never ride it any more.
When it comes to my supervisor, he's very inconsistent, so we never get any work done.
Now that I have enough money, I can get that camera.
In order to get the coconut milk, you must first crack the coconut open.
We can get a glimpse of the lifestyle of ancient people from this wall painting.
In order to get some information about Japanese economic problems, you'll find this book very useful.
If you want to get elected, you're going to have to improve your public image.

8. invite


invite to
On the one hand I called you to invite you to dinner, on the other to tell you my son is getting married.
In order to have an idea of our current projects, we invite you to visit [url].
In Harbin, many people invite me to their homes to have dinner.
I don't have a stamp collection, but I have a Japanese postcard collection that I could use as an excuse to invite her.
If you meet the Orleanu sisters, invite them to Ruxandra's birthday. And don't forget their brother.
If Jane's mother were in Japan, I could invite her to the Doll's Festival.
I had an argument with my sister about whom to invite.
I feel a little guilty that I didn't invite him to join the celebration.
In which case, I was also requested to invite all of you so if you would please accompany me...
Would you like to come out to dinner with me? He invited m to go out to dinner with him.
My cousin Greg is never invited to our family parties and meetings
to ask someone to come to a social event zapraszać They've invited us to the wedding.
... a day that invites people to think about their eco-sins.
The boy stated that he would give a bouquet of roses to the girl that he liked, talk with her, and invite her to have a coffee.

9. order


Check your order.
His claim is that there is a close relation between birth order and personality.
Let's order the all-you-can-eat special.
No matter what you do, you must follow the correct order.
Sir, that CD is available only by special order.
If your prices are competitive, we will place a large order.
Prosecutors in court have to substantiate their claims in order to prove a suspect is guilty.
In order to make a phone call, I put my hand in my pocket and searched for a coin.
We will ship the product immediately after receiving your order.
Her sewing basket, dresser drawers and pantry shelves are all systematically arranged in apple-pie order.
They confirmed the importance of strengthening global precautions in order to prevent devastating losses.
Your initial order is subject to a special discount of 5%.
In preparation for painting a portrait, my friend takes many photographs in order to study the subject closely.
In order to get some information about Japanese economic problems, you'll find this book very useful.
After decades of civil war, order was restored.

10. persuade


Nothing would persuade him.
The priest seems to make it a practice to climb on the underdog's bandwagon and persuade the other side to compromise.
Therefore, we try to persuade people not to have cash, to have money electronically transferred.
Second, smokers persuade themselves that there is nothing they can do about smoking anyway.
Granted that you are right, we still have to persuade him first.
The shepherd always tries to persuade the sheep that their interests and his own are the same.
Perhaps having realized it was impossible to persuade her, Ms. Kurosaki sighed and sat down in her seat.
Some old men, by continually praising the time of their youth, would almost persuade us that there were no fools in those days; but unluckily they are left themselves for examples.
To persuade somebody that your recommendation is reasonable and wise, you have to give reasons and quote known examples and authorities.
He is ​trying to persuade ​local and ​foreign ​businesses to ​invest in the ​project.
It took the child weeks to persuade her mother to let her get a kitten
Have you persuaded your parents to buy tickets for the concert?
At first Mohandas refused, but at last his brother persuaded him.
It persuaded John F. Kennedy to withdraw support for Ngô Đình Diệm's government.
It had taken Rob some time to persuade Emma that Sophie was no threat to their marriage

11. remind


What does this hat remind you of?
Let me remind you again that March 31st is the due date.
The group put up posters to remind people that noise is harmful.
I must remind myself
We remind you that our terms are 60 days net.
Such a one alone can remind us of our faults.
We remind you that all library books are due to be returned by 15th October.
All I could mumble in response was that when I was a man of fifty, my mother would lean out of the window when I left and remind me not to drive too fast.
All the vibraslap does is remind everyone of the band Cake, which may be undesirable in some situations.
Don’t forget to water the plants. He reminded me to water the plants.
That reminds me, you forgot your rat tonic,” said Hermione
Use the information below the video to remind yourself how to help someone who is having a stroke.
Mum asked me to remind her to buy cabbage at the grocer’s.
The only thing I can remind him is to take medecine.
remind someone to / of / about something. I can’t think of his name – can you remind me? I need the notes to remind me what to say.

12. teach


teach languages
Many Eastern religions teach that there is a unity behind the diversity of phenomena.
While American methods are often successful, the Japanese educational system that produces the most literate people in the world surely has some lessons to teach the U.S.
Before, young ones used to ask me to draw them a sheep, now they want me to teach them how to make a commit. Times, they are a-changin'.
Didn't they teach you common sense as well as typing at the school where you studied?
Many new teachers feel ill-prepared to teach basic literacy and numeracy.
Governments, in order to teach how to enjoy cell phones without being controlled by them, have established behavior rules that limit their use in public places, such as in churches, in schools, or during tests.
The story that, "Apparently the new primary school curriculum will teach that pi as 3" spread this March.
In 1972, Dr. Francine Patterson started to teach sign language to Koko.
Didn't your mother teach you anything? When you meet with scary people always protect your wallet and your arsehole!
It's not only the health aspects of sports that appeal to people, but the cooperative aspect that team sports teach, and the competitive aspect in itself.
That men do not learn very much from the lessons of history is the most important of all the lessons that history has to teach.
They also teach that, for great sins, they cannot receive forgiveness unless they confess to their leader.
They say you should consult the past if you want to learn about the future. History has a lot to teach us.

13. tell


Don't tell me.
My love for you won't let me tell you everything. Some things are better left unsaid.
The twins were so alike that it was difficult to tell them apart.
Didn't you tell me yesterday that you and your boyfriend had broken up?
Let me tell you what's going to happen if you don't start behaving yourself.
Selena Gomez and the Scene also had good luck with their first album, "Kiss and Tell." It has sold more than a million copies around the world.
A good poker player can tell when someone's bluffing.
Can you tell us about your experience in developing technical materials?
Find things out for yourself instead of having a parent or a teacher tell you.
If anyone comes in my absence, tell him that I won't come back till evening.
If you go anywhere, you had better tell your mother first.
If I wanted to scare you, I would tell you what I dreamt about a few weeks ago.
It never occurred to me that he might tell a lie.
The way he talks and acts, you can tell he's a redneck.
Can you tell the difference between an American and a Canadian?

14. urge


My legs were feeling great so after two laps I felt the urge to run faster
All forms of life have an instinctive urge to survive.
He urged a revolution
Don't urge me, I'll do it when I'm ready. (Nie popędzaj mnie, zrobię to, kiedy będę gotow
The day after tomorrow I will urge my mother to leave an allowance of 10000 yen at my disposal.
The convenience store was overflowing with girls, I didn't have the urge to push my way through them and went home as I was.
Lawyers will urge the parents to take further legal action. Investigators urged that safety procedures at the site should be improved.
l am troubled, Creator -- 236 00:08:25,605 --> 00:08:29,006 troubled by a sudden urge to collect princesses.
1. He had an urge to look at them up close2. His wife has been urging him to get out of the business, too.
At the public enquiry, the council members were urged to reconsider their plans to demolish the old building.
I urge everyone who is wavering about getting married to get married.
He urged that the communication between the departments should be improved.
Weather officials in Tallahassee warned of the risk of a flash floods and urged people in the city to move to higher ground.
I had the urge yesterday to bake a big chocolate cake, so I went and bought all the ingredients.
The urge to brag on his recent successes was irresistible.

15. warn


I warn you!
Just to warn you in advance, today's blog is no fun.
Actually, you know what, I should warn you, you're going to be disappointed
Parents warn their children not to eat food given to them by strangers.
Experts warn that these are very things that can leads us into dependency no matter how harmless they may seem at first.
He was warned that if he ever stole anything again, he would go to prison.
I think I should warn you that Liam doesn't always tell the truth.
"You have to be careful not to eat top much." She warned us not to eat top much
B1 to tell someone that something bad may happen in the future, so that they can prevent it ostrzegać, przestrzegać [+ that] I warned you that it would be cold but you still wouldn't wear a coat. I've been warning him for months
I should have gone back to the wall and warned them, but...
The report warns that consumers could end up paying higher prices.
Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Don’t go near the edge of the cliff. He warned me to not go near the edge of the cliff.
I did warn you of possible failure.
The US special service warned their citizens od a possible terrorist attack.