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distaste

noun [U]  us   /dɪsˈteɪst/
a dislike of something because you consider it unpleasant or unacceptable: She has a distaste for hot, humid weather.
distasteful
adjective  us   /dɪsˈteɪst·fəl/
Cutting a player from a team is a distasteful task for any coach.
Translations of “distaste”
in Arabic نُفور…
in Korean 불쾌감…
in Malaysian tidak suka…
in French dégoût…
in Turkish sevmeme, hoşlanmama, tiksinti…
in Italian ripugnanza, avversione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 厭惡,討厭,不喜歡…
in Russian отвращение…
in Polish niesmak, niechęć…
in Vietnamese sự không thích…
in Spanish aversión…
in Portuguese aversão, repugnância…
in Thai ความรังเกียจ…
in German der Widerwille…
in Catalan aversió…
in Japanese 嫌いなこと…
in Indonesian tidak senang…
in Chinese (Simplified) 厌恶,讨厌,不喜欢…
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