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disgust

noun [U] uk   /dɪsˈɡʌst/ us  
C2 a strong feeling of disapproval and dislike at a situation, person's behaviour, etc.: She walked out in disgust. We are demonstrating to show our anger and disgust at the treatment of refugees. He resigned from the committee in disgust at the corruption. Beresford, much to his disgust, was fined for illegal parking.

disgust

verb [T not continuous] uk   /dɪsˈɡʌst/ us  
to make you feel extreme dislike or disapproval: Doesn't all this violence on TV disgust you?
Translations of “disgust”
in Korean 역겨움…
in Arabic قَرَف…
in French écœurer…
in Turkish tiksinti, nefret, iğrenme…
in Italian disgusto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 厭惡,憎惡,反感…
in Russian отвращение, омерзение…
in Polish obrzydzenie, wstręt…
in Spanish asquear, repugnar…
in Portuguese repugnância, asco, revolta…
in German anekeln…
in Catalan repugnància…
in Japanese 嫌悪…
in Chinese (Simplified) 厌恶,憎恶,反感…
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