Spanish translation of 'revulsion'
Example Sentences Including 'revulsion'
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Ah, Miss Rondel had spied him and not recoiled in revulsion.SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2001)
She tried to imagine, but couldn't because of the tug-of-war of revulsion and curiosity going on inside her.LOOKING FOR THE SPARK (2001)
Her scorn would be as difficult to face as Richard's revulsion.THE IMAGE OF LAURA (2001)
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British English: revulsion NOUN
Someone's revulsion at something is the strong feeling of disgust or disapproval they have towards it.
...their revulsion at such behaviour.
Translation of revulsion from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary