to object (to): to have a problem (with), to be against, to protest verb
If you don't object, I'd like to sing loudly.
Would you object if I took off my pants?
I object to these ridiculous accusations
an object: a thing, an item; a target, a goal noun
  • "Every Monday morning the students participate in "show and tell", where students bring an object from home and present it to the class."
  • "I'm a total arse, and I treat women like objects, and objects like women."
  • "I'm not an object!"
  • "Women aren't sex objects!"
  • "Now then, if there is any man who objects to this lawful union between these two lovely people, let him speak now or forever hold his peace."
  • "I object."

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