disapproves|disapproved|disapproving‚dɪsə'pruːv verb +consider bad or wrong +deem wrong or inappropriate
condemn, criticize, censure, object to, decry, denounce, put or run down, deplore, deprecate, belittle, look down on, frown on or upon, Colloq knock, look down one's nose at, tut-tut:
I don't care if you disapprove of my marrying Eustace. The monopolies commission has disapproved the merger.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb [V] ~ (of sb/sth) to think that sb/sth is not good or suitable; to not approve of sb/sth: She wants to be an actress but her parents disapprove. + He strongly disapproved of the changes that had been made. Antonym: APPROVE
Collocation Dictionary verb
strongly | thoroughly
He strongly disapproved of the way his daughter was behaving.
Random quote: We must not allow ourselves to become like the system we oppose.: Bishop Desmond Tutu