1 : to disagree with or disapprove of They oppose the proposed changes. 2 : to compete against She will oppose the mayor in November's election. 3 : to provide contrast to Good opposes evil.
If you are opposed to something, you disagree with it or disapprove of it. I am utterly opposed to any form of terrorism. adjective.
/əˈpoʊz/ B2. to disagree with something or someone, often by speaking or fighting against it, him, or her: The proposed new testing system has been vigorously opposed by teachers.
to use or take as being opposite or contrary. to set (something) over against something else in place, or to set (two things) so as to face or be opposite to one another.
It means to not be against something. To go along with it. to where opposed would mean that you are against something like something someone wants you to do something.