anti englannista suomeksi
vastaan olija, vastustaja
vastaan oleva, vastustava
Opposed to something.
That has a angle between 90° and 180°
A person opposed to a concept or principle.
2012, H. Paul Thompson, Jr., ''A Most Stirring and Significant Episode: Religion and the Rise and Fall of Prohibition in Black Atlanta, 1865–1887'' (page 222)
- Antis jumped on this announcement, calling it vote buying and indicative of the hypocrisy of prohibitionists who talked incessantly in the first election about the immorality of the antis' vote-buying efforts.
2018, Sarah Leiser, "Throne of Fans: Examining the Roles of Feminism, Platform, and Community in an Online Fandom", thesis submitted to the University of Denver, page 94:
- While I did not directly analyze how the antis define feminism, it appears that they believe Sarah J Maas as an author is a white feminist and therefore unable to write anything feminist.
2019, Emily E. Roach, "Supernatural: Wincest and Dean Winchester's Bisexual Panic", in "From Canon to Politics: Queerbaiting and The CW's ''Supergirl''", in ''Queerbaiting and Fandom: Teasing Fans Through Homoerotic Possibilities'' (ed. Joseph Brennan), page 89:
- Other fans or viewers are thus not coded as fans but instead positioned as either homophobic, angry "antis" (even if they ship Johnlock or other queer ships) or as the outsider "casuals" who aren't dedicated or smart or invested enough to properly interpret ''Sherlock''.
2021, Rebecca Williams, ''A Fan Studies Primer: Method, Research, Ethics'', page 72:
- The ''VLD'' fandom especially has cultivated a definition of antis as ones against a moral or societal ill (e.g., pedophilia, incest).
(alternative form of) (qualifier)
1282, Restoro d'Arezzo|Restoro d'Arezzo, ''La composizione del mondo colle sue cascioni'', Accademia della Crusca (1976), p. 174:
Joseph Wright, An Old High German Primer, Second Edition