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dislike /dis'laik/
  • danh từ
    • sự không ưa, sự không thích, sự ghét
    • ngoại động từ
      • không ưa, không thích, ghét
    Concise Dictionary
    dislikes|disliked|dislikingdɪs'laɪk
    noun
    +an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group
    +a feeling of aversion or antipathy
    verb
    +have or feel a dislike or distaste for
    Thesaurus Dictionary
    v.
    1 be averse to, mind, turn from, disfavour, disesteem, be put or turned off by; hate, loathe, scorn, despise, contemn, detest, abominate, execrate:
    I no longer dislike spinach.
    n.
    2 aversion, displeasure, distaste, disfavour, disesteem, disrelish, disaffection, disinclination; loathing, hatred, animus, animosity, antipathy, detestation, contempt, execration, ill will; disgust, repugnance; hostility, antagonism:
    I took an instant dislike to the fellow. She feels an intense dislike for her father.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    verb, noun
    + verb (rather formal) to not like sb/sth: [VN] Why do you dislike him so much? + He disliked it when she behaved badly in front of his mother. + [V -ing] I dislike being away from my family. + Much as she disliked going to funerals (= although she did not like it at all), she knew she had to be there. + [VN -ing] He disliked her staying away from home.
    + noun
    1 [U, sing.] ~ (of / for sb/sth) a feeling of not liking sb/sth: He did not try to hide his dislike of his boss. + She took an instant dislike to the house and the neighbourhood.
    2 [C, usually pl.] a thing that you do not like: I've told you all my likes and dislikes.
    Collocation Dictionary
    noun

    1 feeling of not liking sb/sth

    ADJ.

    acute, deep, great, hearty, intense, real, strong, violent
    Several committee members expressed their intense dislike of the chairman.
    | growing | particular | obvious, marked | instant | instinctive | open | active
    She threw him a look of active dislike.
    | cold
    He glanced at her with cold dislike.
    | pathological | personal | mutual
    In spite of their mutual dislike and hostility, they quite often worked together.

    VERB + DISLIKE

    feel, have
    She felt dislike rather than sympathy as he told his story. My grandfather has a great dislike of long hair on boys.
    | express, show | take
    I took an instant dislike to my new colleague.

    PREP.

    with ~
    Sonia stared at me with dislike and distrust.
    | ~ for
    She had a deep dislike for Robert's wife.

    PHRASES

    a feeling/look of dislike

    2 sth you do not like

    PHRASES

    your likes and dislikes
    I've told you all my likes and dislikes.

    verb

    ADV.

    cordially, greatly, heartily, intensely, positively, really, strongly
    She disliked her boss intensely.
    | particularly | simply
    He simply disliked working with committees and avoided it whenever possible.
    | instinctively | actively
    There are very few foods that I actively dislike.
    | clearly, obviously

    PHRASES

    be universally/widely disliked
    The new teacher was universally disliked.



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