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distaste

noun [U] uk   /dɪˈsteɪst/ us  
a dislike of something that you find unpleasant or unacceptable: His distaste for publicity of any sort is well known. She looked at the advertisement with distaste before walking quickly on.
distasteful
adjective uk   /-fəl/ us  
He found the subject of their conversation very distasteful.
distastefully
adverb uk   /-fəl.i/ us  
distastefulness
noun [U] uk   /-fəl.nəs/ us  
Translations of “distaste”
in Korean 불쾌감…
in Arabic نُفور…
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 Spanish aversión…
in Portuguese aversão, repugnância…
in German der Widerwille…
in Catalan aversió…
in Japanese 嫌いなこと…
in Chinese (Simplified) 厌恶,讨厌,不喜欢…
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