Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Protest"

The meaning of "Protest" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Whether the protests will cease remains to be seen. mean?
A: cease = stop, end
to remain to be seen = it is not known if it is true or false

Whether the protests will cease remains to be seen. = We do not know if the protests will stop.
Q: What does violent protests set off by a disputed election. mean?
A: Violent protests were started (set off). The reason that caused the violent protests to start is that there is disagreement (dispute) among the voters regarding the election, either its results or its process. (People are debating whether or not there was something foul with the election, and it is a “disputed election”).
Q: What does I always speak up in protest when l hear someone say mean. mean?
A: Is that the full sentence? It feels like something is missing after "mean", like the word "things".
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Synonyms of "Protest" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between protest and demonstration ?
A: A protest is a public expression of objection, disapproval or dissent towards an idea or course of action, typically a political one. Demonstration is the act of demonstrating; showing or explaining something while riot is wanton or unrestrained behavior.
Q: What is the difference between protest for and protest about ?
A:
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Now, you might think that “protest for” and “protest about” can be the same. If that is the case, you are not wrong. You can use it as the same is understandable.
However, there is a little difference between both.

For- is used as a direct preposition that try to defense something or go be in the side of something!
For example: I will protest for you.(You are going direct try to defend someone ).

However, About is also a preposition and an adverb that can more indirect that “for” and be used to talk and also defend in general something or someone).

For example; I will protest about you.( you are going to make argument in general of someone in an indirect form).


In conclusion, this too words “for” and “about” have the same result, but one can have more direct result that other one.
Hopefully this might help you!
Q: What is the difference between protest at and protest against and protest about and protest to ?
A: Protest at, protest against, and protests about can be used interchangeably, more or less. You might be protesting about the high cost of something. You can say you are protesting at the high cost of ... you are protesting against the high cost of ... you are protesting about the high cost of ...

Protests to is a little different. The others don’t mention the audience, or recipient of your protest. This one needs you to say who you are aiming your protest at. You might be protesting to the government, or to your parents, or to your School, or to the police.
Q: What is the difference between protest and contest ?
A: @David990827: a protest is when you and other people are against someone or something that you dont like, a contest is a game where people have to do a certain thing faster than the others and when a prize from it

Translations of "Protest"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 抗議自殺(suicide protest? self immolation?)
A: Suicide protest, or "protest by suicide"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? protest
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does the protest mean??
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? protest and privilege means in hindi
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Other questions about "Protest"

Q: The protests started as a demonstration against the mounting cost of living in the country but escalated into a push for Bashir's removal, with mass rallies and sit-ins outside the presidential compound and army headquarters.

What is 'the presidential compound'?
A: A "compound" is a lot of buildings that are in the same area, and which serve the same propose

So, "the presidential compound" is a bunch of connected buildings, which belong to the president
Q: Please show me how to pronounce protest.
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Q: He make a silent protest when he doesn't get his way. does this sound natural?
A: "He silently protests when he doesn't get his way"
Q: Why do those who protest Mr. Trump say "Not my president" and not "Not our president"?
A: @takuchan_no2: They are the same thing, just different pronouns. Both are acceptable to say

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