Definition of 'dislike'
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You can like or dislike her confrontational timbre and penchant for extremes. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The first step is to understand your taste and what it is you like and dislike. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The topic she really dislikes talking about is body image. Times, Sunday Times (2016)My impatience is the thing I dislike most about myself. The Sun (2016)He dislikes the idea that people 'fight' cancer. Times, Sunday Times (2016)What is it about orange you dislike? Times, Sunday Times (2016)Then the guy who promoted me left and his replacement took an instant dislike to me. The Sun (2013)What upper class people like disliked by the lower and vice versa. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Winston always loved him but often disliked him. Times, Sunday Times (2011) People who dislike his mullet offend him. The Sun (2009)It was part of a campaign of harassment he launched after taking an irrational dislike to her. The Sun (2006)They dislike the idea of a policy based upon competing individuals looking after themselves. The Global Marketplace (1993)They also dislike digital technology and its potential to be used to spy on citizens. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So do they really dislike each other? Times, Sunday Times (2012)What did you like or dislike about them? Christianity Today (2000)The two men took an instant dislike to each other. The American Nation: A History of the United States to 1877 (1995)What do you like and dislike about your body? The Sun (2010)The outlook for those who dislike the idea of purchasing a conventional annuity is good. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Retail merchants also dislike handling the dirty containers and providing storage space for them. An Introduction to Community Health (1995)Is there any food you really dislike the taste of? The Sun (2013)There is a lot to dislike about modern football. Times, Sunday Times (2012)That could be his way of saying that most take an instant dislike. Times, Sunday Times (2010)What are your likes and dislikes about working on the move? Times, Sunday Times (2006)So-called subjective reactions of like and dislike are often indicative of processes taking place within the body. An Alternative Approach to Allergies (1990)People were less likely to lose their temper with people they disliked than with the people to whom they felt closest. EMOTIONAL ROLLERCOASTER: A Journey Through the Science of Feelings (2005)Two thirds of those who admitted using their mobile phone without due consideration for others within earshot positively disliked other people doing it. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I t may be irrational to dislike this deal. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Against what, or whom, is it still reasonable to harbour an irrational dislike? Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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Translations for 'dislike'
British English: dislike /dɪsˈlaɪk/ VERB
If you dislike someone or something, you consider them to be unpleasant and do not like them.
Many children dislike the taste of green vegetables.
- American English: dislike
- Arabic: يَكْرَهُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: não gostar
- Chinese: 不喜欢
- Croatian: ne voljeti
- Czech: nemít rád
- Danish: ikke kunne lide
- Dutch: afkeer hebben van
- European Spanish: no gustar
- Finnish: ei pitää jostakin
- French: aimer (ne pas)
- German: nicht mögen
- Greek: αντιπαθώ
- Italian: detestare
- Japanese: 嫌う
- Korean: 싫어하다
- Norwegian: mislike
- Polish: nie polubić
- European Portuguese: não gostar
- Romanian: a-i displăcea
- Russian: не нравиться
- Spanish: desagradar
- Swedish: tycka illa om
- Thai: ไม่ชอบ
- Turkish: hoşlanmamak
- Ukrainian: неприязнь
- Vietnamese: không thích
British English: dislike NOUN
Dislike is the feeling that you do not like someone or something.
He made no attempt to conceal his dislike of me.
Definition of dislike from the Collins English Dictionary
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