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detest

verb [T not continuous] uk   us   /dɪˈtest/
to hate someone or something very much: I detest any kind of cruelty. [+ -ing verb] I detest having to get up when it's dark outside. her detested older brother
detestation
noun [U] uk   us   /ˌdiː.tesˈteɪ.ʃən/
Traducciones de “detest”
en árabe يَمْقُت, يُبْغِض…
en coreano 혐오하다…
in Malaysian meluat…
en francés détester…
en turco iğrenmek, tiksinmek, nefret etmek…
en italiano detestare…
en chino (tradicionál) 憎恨,厭惡,討厭…
en ruso ненавидеть…
en polaco nie cierpieć, nienawidzić…
in Vietnamese ghét…
en español detestar, odiar…
en portugués detestar…
in Thai เกลียดมาก…
en alemán verabscheuen…
en catalán detestar…
en japonés (人、物)を憎む…
in Indonesian membenci…
en chino (simplificado) 憎恨,厌恶,讨厌…
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