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dis·like
[dis-lahyk]
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT) [DIS·LIKED, DIS·LIK·ING.]
1.
to regard with displeasure, antipathy, or aversion: I dislike working. I dislike oysters.
NOUN
2.
a feeling of aversion; antipathy: a strong dislike for Bach.
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Dislike definition, to regard with displeasure, antipathy, or aversion: I dislike working. I dislike oysters. See more.

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Define dislike: a feeling of not liking or approving of something or someone — dislike in a sentence.

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feel distaste for or hostility towards Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

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Put simply, to dislike can be used as a transitive verb that means to "not like." Maybe you dislike spinach. But it can also be a noun, as in "You seem to have ...

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The definition of a dislike is a feeling of not liking someone or something. An example of a dislike is bittersweet chocolate to a person who only likes milk ...

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dislike definition, meaning, what is dislike: to not like someone or something: . Learn more.

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Dislike definition: If you dislike someone or something, you consider them to be unpleasant and do not like... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...