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hate /heɪt/ verb [transitive not in progressive]
hate noun [uncountable]

نفرت داشتن از ، بیزار بودن ، کینه ورزیدن ، دشمنی ، نفرت ، تنفر ، روانشناسی: نفرت
- detest, abhor, despise, dislike, loathe, recoil from
- be unwilling, be loath, be reluctant, be sorry, dislike, feel disinclined, shrink from
- dislike, animosity, antipathy, aversion, detestation, enmity, hatred, hostility, loathing
Antonyms: love, delight
Contrasted words: affection, toleration, adoration, veneration, cherish, enjoy, fancy, like, relish, favor, prefer, prize, esteem, respect, revere, dote, idolize, worship
Related Words: animosity, animus, antipathy, hostility, ill will, rancor, disgust, scorn, spite, bother, grievance, gripe, irritant, nuisance, pain, trouble, contemn, despise, disdain, dislike, deprecate, disapprove, resent
English Thesaurus: hate, can’t stand/can’t bear, loathe, detest, despise, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

I. hate1 S1 W3 /heɪt/ verb [transitive not in progressive]

1. to dislike something very much Antonym : love:
It’s the kind of movie you either love or hate.
He hates his job.
hate doing something
Paul hates having his picture taken.
hate to do something
I hate to see you unhappy.
hate it when
Pam hates it when Lee calls her at work.
hate somebody doing something
Jenny’s mother hates her staying out late.

2. to dislike someone very much and feel angry towards them Antonym : love:
Why do you hate me so much?
hate somebody for (doing) something
She hated him for being so happy.
hate yourself
I hated myself for feeling jealous of her.
hate sb’s guts informal (=hate someone very much)

In everyday English, people often say they can’t stand someone rather than say they hate someone:
I can’t stand her husband.

3. I’d hate (for) somebody/something to do something spoken used to emphasize that you do not want something to happen:
I’d hate you to go.
I’d hate for him to think I wasn’t interested.

4. I hate to think what/how/where etc spoken used when you feel sure that something would have a bad result, or when an idea is unpleasant to think about:
I hate to think what would have happened if you hadn’t called the police.

5. I hate to say it, but .../I hate to tell you this, but ... spoken used when saying something that you do not want to say, for example because it is embarrassing:
I hate to say it, but I was glad when he went home.

6. I hate to ask/interrupt/disturb etc spoken used to say that you are sorry that you have to ask etc:
I hate to ask you this, but would you mind giving me a lift home?
I hate to interrupt, but it’s urgent.
—hated adjective:
the hated security police
—hater noun [countable]:
I’m not a man hater.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. hate2 noun [uncountable]
[Language: Old English; Origin: hete]
an angry unpleasant feeling that someone has when they hate someone and want to harm them Synonym : hatred Antonym : love:
Her eyes were full of hate.
hate for
Mrs Williams has spoken of her hate for her husband’s killers.
pet hate at pet3(2)

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. strong feeling of dislike
ADJ. absolute, naked, pure In her eyes he could see naked hate.
VERB + HATE be filled with, be full of, burn with He burned with hate for everyone and everything.
HATE + NOUN campaign, figure, mail victim of a vicious hate campaign She became a hate figure for politicians on the left.
PREP. ~ for full of hate for the people who had betrayed her

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

II. sb/sth you hate
ADJ. pet Jazz has always been a pet hate of mine.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

ADV. particularly, really | absolutely I absolutely hate cooking.
almost For a moment she almost hated him.
just Don't you just hate people who are always right?
always I always hated school.
VERB + HATE begin to, come to, grow to He came to hate the town, with its narrow prejudices.
love to the media baron all the socialists love to hate
PREP. for He hated me for standing up to him.
PHRASES hate it when I hate it when you lose your temper like that.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

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