disfavor, disfavour, dislike, disapproval(noun)
an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
a feeling of aversion or antipathy
"my dislike of him was instinctive"
have or feel a dislike or distaste for
"I really dislike this salesman"
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Abhor is stronger than despise, implying a shuddering recoil, especially a moral recoil. "How many shun evil as inconvenient who do not abhor it as hateful."
TrenchSerm. in Westm. Abbey xxvi, 297. [ Murray's"New English Dictionary"] Detest expresses indignation, with something of contempt. Loathe implies disgust, physical or moral. We abhor a traitor, despise a coward, detest a liar. We dislike an uncivil person. We abhor cruelty, hate tyranny. We loathe a reptile or a flatterer. We abhor Milton's heroic Satan, but we can not despise him.
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How to use dislike in a sentence?
We both dislike being typified by our gender, plus, we’re both beautiful blondes! Just kidding—I’m not blonde.
Everybody wants me and Novak Djokovic to dislike each other and people always try to stir things up between us, it’s impossible to be extremely close when we’re playing in these sorts of matches because it’s so mentally challenging and physically demanding and you need to try to still have that competitive edge as well.
I must dislike those who, whatever I do to please them, persist in disliking me; I must resist those who punish me unjustly.
Having had a child who was a victim of bullying on Facebook, there are already enough opportunities for kids to pick on each other through social media without adding something like a' Dislike' button, the problem with a' Dislike' button is it does not allow for any conversation.
They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking, reading to partying; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over brainstorming in teams.
Translations for dislike
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- [[не]] [[харе́свам]], неприя́зън, антипа́тияBulgarian
- nemít rádCzech
- ablehnen, UnbehagenGerman
- aversión, desagradar, [[no]] [[gustar]]Spanish
- vastenmielisyys, inhoFinnish
- antipathie, [[ne]] [[pas]] [[aimer]]French
- नापसंद करना, नफ़रतHindi
- idegenkedik, nem szeret, idegenkedés, ellenszenvHungarian
- [[non]] [[piacersi]], avversione, antipatiaItalian
- 厭悪, 嫌悪, 嫌う, 否む, 嫌いJapanese
- 미워하다, 싫어하다Korean
- odi, odioLatin
- het land hebben aan, een hekel hebben aanDutch
- [[desgostar]] [[de]], [[não]] [[gostar]] [[de]], aversão, antipatia, não gostaPortuguese
- aversiune, displăcea, antipatie, [[nu]]-i [[plăcea]]Romanian
- [[не]] [[люби́ть]], нелюбо́вь, неприя́знь, невзлюби́ть, антипа́тияRussian
- అయిష్టత, అయిష్టముTelugu
- ناپسند کرناUrdu
- ghét, [[không]] [[thích]], [[không]] [[ưa]]Vietnamese
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