This phrase always describes physical relation or may also refer to personal opinion, like "she is against nuclear power"?
It can refer to both, just like in English.
Which one is more correct? 'mot' or 'imot' - is there any difference? Many thanks!
Why is 'mot' towards and against?
why is ved wrong?
ved means physically against or by something, by the table, against the wall; by the bus stop, he leans against the wall. Mot means towards or mentally against something. He walks towards the butchers but he is against meat.
I don't understand why 'mot' is towards and against. Does 'imot' = against and 'mot' = towards?