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Translation of "abhor" - English-Spanish dictionary

abhor

verb   /əˈbɔːr/ (-rr-) formal
to hate a way of behaving or thinking, often because you think it is not moral aborrecer I abhor all forms of racism.947
(Definition of abhor from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abhor

verb /əbˈhoː/ ( past tense, past participle abhorred)
(formal) to hate very much detestar, aborrecer She abhors impoliteness.
abhorrence /-ˈho-/ noun
abominación, aversión The Prime Minister has expressed his abhorrence at the apparent killing of a British hostage.
abhorrent /-ˈho-/ adjective
(with to) hate detestable, aborrecible Any form of violence was abhorrent to him.
(Definition of abhor from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abhor”
in Vietnamese ghét cay ghét đắng…
in Malaysian benci…
in Thai เกลียดชัง…
in French abhorrer…
in German verabscheuen…
in Chinese (Simplified) 憎恶, 憎恨, 厌恶…
in Turkish nefret etmek, iğrenmek…
in Russian ненавидеть, не выносить…
in Indonesian membenci…
in Chinese (Traditional) 憎惡, 憎恨, 厭惡…
in Polish brzydzić się…
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