anti /ˈanti / ‹informal›


I. preposition

opposed to; against

I’m anti the abuse of drink and the hassle that it causes.
II. adjective [ predic.]

1. opposed

the local councils are anti.
III. noun

a person opposed to a particular policy, activity, or idea

the threat to field sports from the antis is a serious one.
– origin late 18th cent. (as a noun): independent usage of anti-.

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