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anti

[an-tahy, an-tee] /ˈæn taɪ, ˈæn ti/
noun, plural antis.
1.
a person who is opposed to a particular practice, party, policy, action, etc.
Origin
1780-1790
1780-90; by shortening of words prefixed with anti-
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British Dictionary definitions for antis

anti

/ˈæntɪ/
adjective
1.
opposed to a party, policy, attitude, etc he won't join because he is rather anti
noun
2.
an opponent of a party, policy, etc
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Word Origin and History for antis
anti
as a stand-alone word, attested from 1788 (n.), originally in ref to the anti-federalists in U.S. politics (in the 1830s, of the Anti-Masonic party); as an adj., from 1857. From anti- in various usages.
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Slang definitions & phrases for antis

anti

noun

A person opposed to a particular plan, position, action, etc: The vote showed three pros and six antis


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