hate

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
nefret etmek

Senden nefret etmek istemiyorum. - I don't want to hate you.

İnsanlar gerçekten birbirlerinden nefret etmek zorundalar mı? - Do people really have to hate one another?

{i} nefret

Bazıları tartışmaktan nefret ederler. - Some people hate to argue.

Ondan nefret etmemin nedeni bu. - This is why I hate him.

nefret duymak
{i} kin
{f} nefret et

O, ona bir kazak satın aldı, ama o renginden nefret etti. - She bought him a sweater, but he hated the color.

Ondan nefret etmemin nedeni bu. - This is why I hate him.

beğenmemek
hoşlanmamak
{f} sevmemek
{i} iğrenme
{f} istememek
{f} iğrenmek
bir kimseye düşman olmak
{f} kin beslemek
(Argo) kıl olmak
(Argo) gıcık almak
hate mail
(Bilgisayar) kınama mektubu
hate like poison
günahı kadar sevmemek
hate filled
Nefret dolu
hate object
nefret çekici şey, kimse
hate sb like poison
günahı kadar sevmemek
hate speech
nefret söylemi
hate with a passion
Tutkuyla nefret etmek
hate one's guts
tiksinmek
hate one's guts
ölesiye nefret etmek
hate someone's guts
(deyim) korkunç kin duymak
hate someone's guts
(deyim) birinden nefret etmek
hate to tell
ağzı varmamak
hateful
nefretle dolu
hated
{s} sevilmeyen
hated
{s} nefret edilen
hateful
kötü niyetli
hateful
{s} nefret dolu

Saygısız, saldırgan ve nefret dolu cümleler yazmaktan kaçınmamız gerekir. - We should avoid writing sentences that are disrespectful, offensive or hateful.

Sen gerçekten nefret dolusun! - You're really hateful!

hate crime
nefret suçu
hated
{s} iğrenilen
hater
kinci kimse
hater
kinci
pet hate
en çok nefret edilen
hateful
nefret verici
hateful
kötü
hateful
tatsız
hateful
iğrenç

Tom'un Mary hakkında böylesine iğrenç şeyler söylediğine inanamıyorum. - I can't believe that Tom said such hateful things about Mary.

love-hate relationship
aşk-nefret ilişkisi
pet hate
En çok nefret edilen şey veya kimse
to hate
nefret etmek
hated
nefret et

Fred benden nefret ettiğini söyleyecek kadar uzağa gitti. - Fred went so far as to say that he had hated me.

O, ona bir kazak satın aldı, ama o renginden nefret etti. - She bought him a sweater, but he hated the color.

hateful
{s} nefret uyandıran
hateful
hatefulness kötü davranış
hateful
{s} nefret edilen
hateful
nefret

Sen gerçekten nefret dolusun! - You're really hateful!

Saygısız, saldırgan ve nefret dolu cümleler yazmaktan kaçınmamız gerekir. - We should avoid writing sentences that are disrespectful, offensive or hateful.

hateful
hatefully nefretle
hatefully
nefret dolu bir şekilde
hatefully
nefretle
hatefulness
nefret dolu olma
hater
(isim) kinci kimse
pet aversion/hate
en çok nefret edilen şey/kimse
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
An object of hatred

One of my pet hates is traffic wardens.

To dislike intensely; to feel strong hostility towards
Hatred

He gave me a look filled with pure hate.

{n} great dislike, ill-will, malice
{v} to dislike greatly, abhor, detest, loathe
{i} extreme dislike, detestation
feelings 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 admit it, but you were right
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 = detest, loathe love Hate is also a noun. I was 17 and filled with a lot of hate = hatred + hated hat·ed He's probably the most hated man in this county. = detested
dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards; "I hate Mexican food"; "She detests politicians"
emphasis You can use hate in expressions such as `I hate to see' or `I hate to think' when you are emphasizing that you find a situation or an idea unpleasant. I just hate to see you doing this to yourself
Strong aversion coupled with desire that evil should befall the person toward whom the feeling is directed; as exercised toward things, intense dislike; hatred; detestation; opposed to love
To love less, relatively
the emotion of hate; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action
to hate someone's guts: see gut
{f} dislike very strongly
If you say that you hate something such as a particular activity, you mean that you find it very unpleasant. Ted hated parties, even gatherings of people he liked individually 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. = dislike love, like
A luxury no one can afford
Obsessive dislike accompanied by restraint and character
– Any element in your deck that directly counteracts an element in your opponent’s deck Also called Anti + (Insert deck element here) “I was packing plenty of Spike hate in my deck in the form of New Kid on the Block and Hair Flips ”
politeness 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
the emotion of hate; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action dislike intensely; feel antipathy or aversion towards; "I hate Mexican food"; "She detests politicians
You can use hate in expressions such as `I'd hate to think' when you hope that something is not true or that something will not happen. I'd hate to think my job would not be secure if I left it temporarily. an angry unpleasant feeling that someone has when they hate someone and want to harm them = hatred   love
To have a great aversion to, with a strong desire that evil should befall the person toward whom the feeling is directed; to dislike intensely; to detest; as, to hate one's enemies; to hate hypocrisy
To be very unwilling; followed by an infinitive, or a substantive clause with that; as, to hate to get into debt; to hate that anything should be wasted
hate crime
A crime considered particularly heinous for having been motivated by hate for a race, gender, religion, etc. which can result in harsher punishments by statute
hate crimes
plural form of hate crime
hate figure
a person, normally in the public eye, who is widely disliked and criticized
hate somebody's guts
To despise; to hate intensely or passionately

She caught him seeing another woman, and now she hates his guts.

hate speech
a term for speech that attacks or disparages a person or group of people based on their social or ethnic group
hate-sex
Sexual intercourse between people who hate one another
hate with a passion
Hate strongly
hate campaign
A hate campaign is a series of actions which are intended to harm or upset someone, or to make other people have a low opinion of them. The media has waged a virulent hate campaign against her. a series of things that a person or group does in order to upset or harm someone they hate
hate crime
crime that is committed because of racial or religious hatred
hate crime
A hate crime is a crime, especially against people such as homosexuals and members of ethnic minorities, that is motivated by feelings of hatred. A crime motivated by prejudice against a social group: " murders were hate crimes targeting victims by gender" (Jane Caputi and Diana E.H. Russell). a crime that is committed against someone only because they belong to a particular race, religion etc. In law, a crime directed at a person or persons on the basis of characteristics such as race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. The concept emerged in the U.S. in the late 1970s, and since then laws have been passed in many U.S. states mandating additional penalties for violent crimes motivated by bias or bigotry against particular groups. Several other Western countries, including Australia, Britain, and Canada, have adopted laws designed to curb violent crime against racial and religious minorities. For example, German law forbids public incitement and instigation of racial hatred, including the distribution of Nazi propaganda
hate mail
mail that expresses the writer's dislike or hatred (usually in offensive language)
hate mail
If someone receives hate mail, they receive unpleasant or threatening letters. Correspondence that expresses the sender's animosity, disapproval, or prejudice, often in offensive language. letters that express a lot of hatred towards the person to whom they are sent
hate sermon
speech which expresses hatred towards someone or something
hate speech
Bigoted speech attacking or disparaging a social or ethnic group or a member of such a group
I hate you
Expression of hatred, or intense disdain or dislike directed at someone

He told his mother, I hate you for giving him $10 when he didn't work for it and I had to!.

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hated
Simple past tense and past participle of hate
hateful
Full of hate
hateful
Evoking a feeling of hatred
hater
One who expresses unfounded or inappropriate hatred or dislike, particularly if motivated by envy
love-hate
involving feelings of both love and hate, often simultaneously
pet hate
Something that is personally annoying; a personal dislike
hateful
odious
hateful
{a} causing hatred, detestable, vile
hatefully
{a} with great dislike, odiously
hater
{n} one who hates, one who dislikes
pet hate
Something or someone one hates most
Hateful
odiousness
I hate to trouble them but
I do not want to disturb or inconvenience them but
To hate
envy
eternal hate
undying animosity, everlasting hostility or ill-will
hated
Of something disliked; odious
hated
treated with contempt
hated
past of hate
hated
{s} treated rudely, treated disrespectfully; disliked
hateful
{s} detestable, loathsome
hateful
Someone who is hateful hates someone else. These are not necessarily hateful, malicious people. very bad, unpleasant, or unkind
hateful
evoking or deserving hatred; "no vice is universally as hateful as ingratitude"- Joseph Priestly
hateful
characterized by malice; "a hateful thing to do"; "in a mean mood"
hateful
evoking or deserving hatred; "no vice is universally as hateful as ingratitude"- Joseph Priestly characterized by malice; "a hateful thing to do"; "in a mean mood
hateful
Dislikeable
hateful
Someone or something that is hateful is extremely bad or unpleasant. I'm sorry. That was a hateful thing to say. = horrid
hateful
Exciting or deserving great dislike, aversion, or disgust; odious
hateful
Manifesting hate or hatred; malignant; malevolent
hateful
execrable
hatefully
in hateful manner; loathingly, despisingly
hatefully
in a hateful manner
hatefulness
The characteristic of being hateful
hatefulness
the quality of being hateful
hatefulness
{i} detestation, loathing, animosity, enmity
hater
If you call someone a hater of something, you mean that they strongly dislike that thing. Braccio was a hater of idleness. Hater is also a combining form. He was reputed to be a woman-hater
hater
{i} loather, despiser, one who hates
hater
a person who hates
hater
One who hates
haters
plural of hater
hates
plural of hate
hates
third-person singular of hate
hating
present participle of hate
hidden hate
feeling of hate that is kept hidden in one's heart
love-hate relationship
If you have a love-hate relationship with someone or something, your feelings towards them change suddenly and often from love to hate. a book about the close love-hate relationship between two boys. if you have a love-hate relationship with someone or something, sometimes you really like or love them, and sometimes you really dislike or hate them love-hate relationship with
quit love with hate
answer love with hate, respond to a loving act with a hateful one
self-hate
disliking oneself
hate
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