- v.不喜欢，厌恶( dislike的过去式和过去分词 );
The Chief Inspector disliked being overburdened with insignificant detail.
She disliked his involvement with the group and disliked his friends.
He was generally disliked and regarded as a pompous ass.
I disliked that person the moment I clapped eyes on him.
I disliked him for his arrogance.
The pupils disliked the extension of the term.
The new teacher was universally disliked.
That man was disliked inside the college.
His behavior was such that everyone disliked him.
Everybody disliked him because of his hot temper.
Housework is negatively valued as a retreat from a disliked alternative — employment work.
He and his Nazis disliked intellectuals, and they hated Jews.
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He hated pomposity and disliked being called a genius.
She disliked him heartily, lounging there against the booth.
He looked on people, and he neither liked nor disliked them.
I hope you don't think I disliked the playing.
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She disliked people who were nosy.
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1. regarded with aversion;
"he was intensely disliked"