- v.憎恶，嫌恶，痛恨( detest的过去式和过去分词 );
Deep down, we had always detested each other.
He detested air travel.
My mother detested him.
Jean detested being photographed.
They detested each other on sight.
The freethinker hated the formalist ; the lover of liberty detested the disciplinarian.
It was no secret that the two detested each other.
I detested him just then.
The country had just expulsed the detested invaders.
She would be sure to make a scene, and he detested scenes of the very kind.
What I detested more than anything else was Hegelianism and the Dialectic.
She said she had always detested seeing a bullfight.
The freethinker hated formalist; the lover of liberty detested the disciplinarian.
Method: The TFPI antigen level was detested by ELBA.
Chinese believe that all humility is lovely and all pride should be detested.
1. treated with contempt