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Translation of "averse" - English-Spanish dictionary

averse

adjective   /əˈvɜːs/
be averse to something
to strongly dislike or be opposed to something ser reacio a algo Few people are averse to the idea of a free holiday. I’m not averse to (= I like) the occasional glass of champagne myself.947
(Definition of averse from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

averse

adjective /əˈvəːs/
(with to) (formal) having a dislike for que aborrece, que tiene antipatía a She’s not averse to hard work.
aversion /-ʃən, (American) -ʒən/ noun
(formal) a feeling of dislike aversión an aversion to heights.
(Definition of averse from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “averse”
in Vietnamese không thích…
in Malaysian enggan…
in Thai ซึ่งไม่ชอบ…
in French opposé à…
in German abgeneigt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 反对的, 嫌恶的, 不愿意的…
in Indonesian membenci, menolak, menentang…
in Chinese (Traditional) 反對的, 嫌惡的, 不願意的…
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