仇恨;憎恨;憎恶 If you hate someone or something, you have an extremely strong feeling of dislike for them.
Most people hate him, but they don't dare to say so, because he still rules the country...
I hated myself for writing that letter.
Hate is also a noun.
I was 17 and filled with a lot of hate...
It is difficult to bear the agony of our loved ones' anger and hate.
...eyes that held a look of chronic hate.
He's probably the most hated man in this county.
讨厌;厌恶;不喜欢 If you say that you hate something such as a particular activity, you mean that you find it very unpleasant.
【语法信息】：V it wh
【语法信息】：V n to-inf
【语法信息】：V n -ing
Ted hated parties, even gatherings of people he liked individually...
She hated hospitals and didn't like the idea of having an operation...
He hates to be interrupted during training...
He hated coming home to the empty house...
I hate it when people accuse us of that...
I would hate him to think I'm trying to trap him...
She hates me having any fun and is quite jealous and spoiled.
我真不愿麻烦你/我真不想打扰你 You can use hate in expressions such as 'I hate to trouble you' or 'I hate to bother you' when you are apologizing to someone for interrupting them or asking them to do something.
I hate to rush you but I have another appointment later on.
我很抱歉这么说/我很遗憾地通知你 You can use hate in expressions such as 'I hate to say it' or 'I hate to tell you' when you want to express regret about what you are about to say, because you think it is unpleasant or should not be the case.
I hate to tell you this, but tomorrow's your last day...