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Translation of "dislike" - English-Spanish dictionary

dislike

verb   /dɪˈslaɪk/ ( present participle disliking, past tense and past participle disliked)
B1 to not like someone or something tener aversión a, tener antipatía a Why do you dislike her so much?
dislike noun   /dɪˈslaɪk/
aversión, antipatía He has a strong dislike of perfume.
(Definition of dislike from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

dislike

verb /disˈlaik/
not to like; to have strong feelings against no gustar, detestar, tener antipatía, caer mal She dislikes going to the dentist I know he dislikes me.
take a dislike to
to begin to dislike coger manía/antipatía The boss has taken a dislike to me.
(Definition of dislike from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “dislike”
in Korean 싫어하다…
in Arabic يَكْرَه…
in Malaysian rasa tidak suka…
in French détester…
in Russian не любить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 不喜歡,討厭…
in Italian non gradire…
in Turkish nefret etmek, sevmemek, hoşlanmamak…
in Polish nie lubić…
in Vietnamese không thích…
in Portuguese antipatizar, ter aversão a…
in Thai ไม่ชอบ…
in German nicht mögen…
in Catalan tenir aversió a, sentir antipatia per…
in Japanese ~が好きではない…
in Chinese (Simplified) 不喜欢,讨厌…
in Indonesian tidak menyukai…
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