Bedeutung von “hate” — Learner’s Dictionary

hate

verb [ T ] us uk /heɪt/
I hate wearing hats - they always mess up my hair.I hate driving during the rush hour.I was happy at school to start with, but later I hated it.She absolutely hated the place.I always hated games at school.
DISLIKE

A2 to dislike someone or something very much:

They've hated each other since they were kids.
[ + doing sth ] He hates going to the dentist's.
[ + to do sth ] I hate to see you look so upset.
SORRY

used to emphasize that you are sorry you have to do something:

I hate to interrupt, John, but we need to leave.
→ See also hate sb's guts

(Definition von “hate verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)