Definition of 'hatred'
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All racial hatred is deranged. Times, Sunday Times (2016)His conviction yesterday for incitement to racial hatred and murder has provided some answers. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Now she feels pure hatred for him. The Sun (2011)It will then be an offence to act with the intention of stirring up religious hatred. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Yet each declared his intense hatred for another most vehemently. 23 Steps to Successful Achievement (1972)Anyone caught inciting racial hatred must feel the full force of the law. The Sun (2016)It must not be used as a platform for religious intolerance or hatred. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Her hatred was so intense she would have liked to attack him with a knife. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The French probe will focus on charges of defending war crimes and promoting racial hatred. The Sun (2012)It's whether you incite hatred on the basis of it. Christianity Today (2000)To feel the hatred from the Chelsea fans and the players beforehand was amazing. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Let's try using the laws on incitement to racial or religious hatred. The Sun (2013)It is no way to live, to feel anger and hatred. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It doesn't have any room for intolerance, hatred or racial discrimination. The Sun (2009)There are already desirable laws restricting free speech by making it a offence, for example, to incite race hatred or violence. Times, Sunday Times (2016)
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Translations for 'hatred'
British English: hatred /ˈheɪtrɪd/ NOUN
Hatred is an extremely strong feeling of dislike for someone or something.
Their words were full of hatred.
- American English: hatred
- Arabic: بُغْض
- Brazilian Portuguese: aversão
- Chinese: 仇恨
- Croatian: mržnja
- Czech: nenávist
- Danish: had
- Dutch: haat
- European Spanish: odio
- Finnish: viha
- French: haine
- German: Hass
- Greek: μίσος
- Italian: odio
- Japanese: 憎しみ
- Korean: 증오
- Norwegian: hat
- Polish: nienawiść
- European Portuguese: aversão
- Romanian: ură
- Russian: ненависть
- Spanish: odio
- Swedish: hat
- Thai: ความเกลียด
- Turkish: nefret
- Ukrainian: ненависть
- Vietnamese: lòng căm thù
Definition of hatred from the Collins English Dictionary
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