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Translation of "hate" - English-Spanish dictionary

hate

verb /heit/
to dislike very much odiar, detestar, aborrecer I hate them for their cruelty to my father I hate getting up in the morning. hateful adjective very bad; very unpleasant odioso, detestable That was a hateful thing to do to her What a hateful person! hatefully adverb con odio/aversión She stared at him hatefully. hatefulness noun odiosidad, carácter odioso/detestable hatred /ˈheitrid/ noun great dislike odio There was a look of hatred in his eyes I have a deep-seated hatred of liars.
(Definition of hate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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