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hate

verb [T]
 
 
/heɪt/
DISLIKE A2 to dislike someone or something very much
nienawidzić
They've hated each other since they were kids. [+ doing sth] He hates going to the dentist's. [+ to do sth] I hate to see you look so upset.Not liking
SORRY used to emphasize that you are sorry you have to do something
nie chcieć
I hate to interrupt, John, but we need to leave. →  See also hate sb's guts Not liking
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