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loatheverb [T]

 us   /loʊð/
to ​feelstronghate, ​dislike, or ​disgust for someone or something: I loathe doing ​housework. "Do you like ​fish?" "No, I loathe it."
loathing
noun [U]  us   /ˈloʊ·ðɪŋ/
He’s ​full of loathing and ​despair.
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Translations of “loathe”
in Korean 혐오하다…
in Arabic يَكْرَه, يُبْغِض…
in Malaysian meluat…
in French détester…
in Russian ненавидеть, не переносить…
in Chinese (Traditional) 恨,憎恨, 厭惡…
in Italian ripugnare, detestare…
in Turkish iğrenmek, nefret etmek, tiksinmek…
in Polish nie cierpieć…
in Spanish aborrecer, odiar…
in Vietnamese ghê tởm…
in Portuguese abominar, detestar…
in Thai รังเกียจ…
in German verabscheuen…
in Catalan detestar, odiar…
in Japanese ~が大嫌いだ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 恨,憎恨, 厌恶…
in Indonesian membenci…
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