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noun, suru verb

English Meaning(s) for 擁護

  1. protection; advocacy; support; defence; championship; vindication
suru verb
  1. to protect (e.g. rights, etc.); to advocate (e.g. free trade, etc.); to support

Definition and Synonyms for 擁護

Tribute payment extorted by gangsters on threat of violence
Synonyms: プロテクション, 保護, , 守り, 守り, 守る, 応護, 愛護, 援護, 擁護, 防御, 防衛, 養護
Defend argue or speak in defense of
Synonyms: かばう, つかえる, 味方, 幇助, 後押し, 後援, 応護, 扶助, 扶持, 擁護, 支う, 支える, 支持, 支援, 補助, 賛成
Keep Going be a regular customer or client of
Synonyms: 応護, 擁護
Protect use tariffs to favor domestic industry
Synonyms: かばう, 助け守る, 守る, 応護, 擁護, 防ぐ, 養護
Shelter the condition of being protected
Synonyms: プロテクション, 保護, 守り, 守り, 守る, 守護, 応護, 擁護, 避難, 防御, 防衛, 防護

Meanings for each kanji in 擁護

hug; embrace; possess; protect; lead Kanji Details »
safeguard; protect Kanji Details »

Categories 擁護 is a member of

Argue present reasons and arguments
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Extortion the felonious act of extorting money (as by threats of violence)
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Foster help develop, help grow
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Assist act as an assistant in a subordinate or supportive function
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Security the state of being free from danger or injury
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Sample Sentences for 擁護

Human rights groups are putting pressure on authoritarian governments.
We must fight for our democracy.
That candidate stands for free trade.
We are in commission concerning the protection of children's rights.
He defends suicide on the grounds that one's self-dignity is more important.

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