Oppose

verb
BAD: I oppose to violence.
GOOD: I am opposed to violence.
oppose sth (WITHOUT to ) = think that something is wrong and try to stop it from happening or being accepted: 'Many leading scientists vigorously opposed Darwin's ideas.'
be opposed to sth = feel strongly that something is wrong: 'Many people are opposed to the use of fur by the clothing industry.'

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