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    Protest something

    Hello there;

    When do we use protest without any preposition? "protest something"

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    Re: Protest something

    protest - Definition from Longman English Dictionary Online

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    protest something American English : Students protested the decision.

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    Re: Protest something

    Quote Originally Posted by btech86 View Post
    Hello there;

    When do we use protest without any preposition? "protest something"
    I protest! The protest was last week. If I knew that there would be a protest, I would have paid more. To protest is futile.

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