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Translation of "detest" - English-Spanish dictionary

detest

verb   /dɪˈtest/
to hate someone or something detestar They used to be friends, but now they absolutely detest each other.
(Definition of detest from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

detest

verb /diˈtest/
to hate intensely detestar, odiar I detest cruelty to animals.
detestable adjective
extremely hateful detestable, odioso a detestable woman.
(Definition of detest from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “detest”
in Korean 혐오하다…
in Arabic يَمْقُت, يُبْغِض…
in Malaysian meluat…
in French détester…
in Russian ненавидеть…
in Chinese (Traditional) 憎恨,厭惡,討厭…
in Italian detestare…
in Turkish iğrenmek, tiksinmek, nefret etmek…
in Polish nie cierpieć, nienawidzić…
in Vietnamese ghét…
in Portuguese detestar…
in Thai เกลียดมาก…
in German verabscheuen…
in Catalan detestar…
in Japanese (人、物)を憎む…
in Chinese (Simplified) 憎恨,厌恶,讨厌…
in Indonesian membenci…
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