hate

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noun
1 strong feeling of dislike
ADJECTIVE
absolute, pure

In her eyes he could see naked hate.

VERB + HATE
be filled with, be full of, burn with

He burned with hate for everyone and everything.

HATE + NOUN
campaign, figure (esp. BrE), mail

victim of a vicious hate campaign

She became a hate figure for politicians on the left.

crime, speech
PREPOSITION
hate for

full of hate for the people who had betrayed her

2 sb/sth you hate
ADJECTIVE
pet (BrE)

Jazz has always been a pet hate of mine.

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verb
ADVERB
particularly, really
absolutely

I absolutely hate cooking.

almost

For a moment she almost hated him.

just

Don't you just hate people who are always right?

always

I always hated school.

still
VERB + HATE
begin to, come to, grow to

He came to hate the town, with its narrow prejudices.

love to

the media baron all the liberals love to hate

PREPOSITION
for

He hated me for standing up to him.

PHRASES
hate it when

I hate it when you lose your temper like that.

hate to say, see, think, etc.

I'd hate to say how many hours I've spent trying to fix my computer.

Hate is used with these nouns as the object: ↑fact, ↑feeling, ↑nickname, ↑violence

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