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  1. Dislike is stronger than not like, and is used especially in written English She disliked him as soon as she met him. Chemistry was the only subject he disliked at school. not like Why did you invite Claire? You know I don’t like her.
  2. Das vielgeliebte Hassformat DISSLIKE hat jetzt einen eigenen Kanal! Was euch erwarten wird? % DISSLIKE und noch viel mehr. Noch härter, noch böser, noch s.
  3. dislike (rather formal) to not like somebody/ something. Dislike is a rather formal word; it is less formal, and more usual, to say that you don't like somebody/ something, especially in spoken English: I don’t like it when you phone me so late at night.
  4. Aug 14,  · Dislike is the feeling that you do not like someone or something. He made no attempt to conceal his dislike of me. [ + of] Years of dislike boiled over and blows were exchanged. [ Also + for].
  5. If you dislike someone or something, you find them unpleasant. From what I know of him I dislike him intensely. She disliked the theatre. In conversation and in .
  6. ‘Despite his simulated dislike of women, he is clearly highly susceptible.’ ‘Despite his violent dislike for the school and its inhabitants he was starting to get the hang of how things worked.’ ‘Despite my initial slight dislike of the idea, I had not only come to terms with it, but also started to like it.’.
  7. Sep 01,  · Noua piesa "DISLIKE" este disponibila acum! Daca ti-a placut lasa un DISLIKE! Am surprins cele mai cunoscute locuri din California in acest clip si l-am facu.
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