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disapproval

noun [U] uk   us   /ˌdɪs.əˈpruː.vəl/
C1 the feeling of having a negative opinion of someone or something: Although they said nothing, she could sense their disapproval of her suggestion. There was a note of disapproval in the teacher's voice.
Translations of “disapproval”
in Korean 못마땅함…
in Arabic اسْتِنْكار, اسْتِهْجان, رَفْض…
in Portuguese desaprovação…
in Catalan desaprovació…
in Japanese 不満…
in Italian disapprovazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反對,不贊成…
in Russian неодобрение…
in Turkish tasdiklememe/onaylamama…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反对,不赞成…
in Polish dezaprobata…
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