dislike 是什么意思

dislike的中文意思是: 不喜欢

dislike例句大全

  1. I dislike playing cards.

    我不喜欢打牌。

  2. I dislike selfish people.

    我不喜欢自私的人。

  3. I dislike wearing stockings .

    我不喜欢穿长筒袜。

  4. I conquered my dislike for mathematics.

    我克服了讨厌数学的毛病。

  5. I dislike women who chatter incessantly .

    我不喜欢整天叽叽喳喳唠叨个不停的女人。

  6. Frankly it's a city I dislike.

    老实说我并不喜欢这个城市。

  7. My dislike of him was instinctive .

    我对虚荣的厌恶是与生俱来的。

  8. I dislike somebody for no reason.

    我就是不喜欢某些人。

  9. An inveterate dislike of foreign customs

    对外国风俗根深蒂固的厌恶

  10. She regarded dressmaking with great dislike.

    她非常讨厌缝纫。

  11. He professed his dislike of music.

    他声言不喜欢音乐。

  12. Yet we seem to dislike annuities.

    不过,我们似乎不喜欢年金。

  13. Didn't I tell you I dislike Mafia ?

    我没告诉你我不喜欢帮派份子吗?

  14. Katherine: I dislike my mother-in-law.

    凯瑟琳:我不喜欢我的婆婆。

  15. Women are pitiless with people they dislike.

    女人们对她们不喜欢的人是冷酷无情的。

  16. I hate, whereas you merely dislike, him.

    你不过不喜欢他,我却恨他。

  17. I took a violent dislike to him

    我非常烦他。

  18. He professes a great dislike for me.

    他声言十分讨厌我。

  19. cause to feel intense dislike or distaste .

    使产生强烈的不喜欢或者厌恶。

  20. Make a face indicating disgust or dislike.

    扮鬼脸以示厌恶或讨厌。

  21. I dislike the young man's offhand manner .

    我不喜欢这年轻人粗鲁的态度。

  22. We all dislike her for her imperious gesture.

    我们都讨厌她傲慢的姿态。

  23. Looking away repeatedly may express boredom or dislike.

    反复地扭转头看别处可以表达厌烦或不喜欢。

  24. I dislike the sound of the harp.

    我不喜欢竖琴的声音。

  25. Daphne has a dislike for dry bread .

    达芙妮不喜欢吃干面包。

  26. Inactivity resulting from a dislike of work.

    因不喜欢工作而导致的不活泼的状态。

  27. We feel displeasure at sth we dislike.

    我们对于不喜欢的东西会感到不愉快。

  28. I very dislike defective social ethics person .

    我很讨厌欠缺公德的人。

  29. He has a temperamental dislike of sports.

    他生性不喜欢运动。

  30. Psychologically cool ; unfriendly or unresponsive or showing dislike.

    心理上淡漠的;不友好的、冷淡的或表现出不喜欢的样子。

  31. I dislike the sarcastic tone of his speech.

    我不喜欢他说话时嘲讽的腔调。

  32. I don't dislike him. I hate his guts.

    我何止是不喜欢他,而是恨透了他。

  33. Have or feel a dislike or distaste for.

    有或者觉得不喜欢或者厌恶。

  34. Jack showed his dislike plainly in scorching satire.

    杰克以尖刻的讽刺直率地表明了自己的厌恶。

  35. I dislike him because he is too garrulous .

    我之所以讨厌他是因为他的嘴太贫。

  36. I was overworked and began to dislike my job.

    我工作过量,而变得讨厌工作。

  37. We agree in principle but we dislike your methods.

    我们原则上同意,但我们不喜欢你使用的方法。

  38. The little girl pouted to show her dislike.

    小姑娘把嘴一努,不高兴了。

  39. I don't mean by that I dislike you.

    我的意思可并不是说,我讨厌你。

  40. I take a strong dislike to cold weather.

    我很讨厌寒冷的天气。

dislike中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
不喜欢;厌恶
If you dislike someone or something, you consider them to be unpleasant and do not like them.
  1. We don't serve liver often because so many people dislike it...

    我们不常做肝这道菜,因为很多人吃不惯。

  2. David began to dislike all his television heroes who smoked.

    戴维开始讨厌所有他曾喜欢的吸烟的电视偶像了。

2
不喜欢;反感
Dislike is the feeling that you do not like someone or something.
  1. He made no attempt to conceal his dislike of me...

    他毫不掩饰对我的厌恶。

  2. Years of dislike boiled over and blows were exchanged.

    多年的厌恶之情终于爆发,双方拳脚相加。

3
厌恶的事物
Your dislikes are the things that you do not like.
  1. Consider what your likes and dislikes are about your job...

    想想工作中哪些部分是自己喜欢的,哪些是不喜欢的。

  2. Strong irrational dislikes of other people can easily be picked up from others.

    对他人无端的厌恶之情别人可以轻易察觉到。

4
厌恶;嫌憎;讨厌
If you take a dislike to someone or something, you decide that you do not like them.
  1. I took a violent dislike to him...

    我非常烦他。

  2. He may suddenly take a dislike to foods that he's previously enjoyed.

    对以前爱吃的食物,他兴许突然就没了胃口。

dislike用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
不喜爱;厌恶
to not like sb/sth
2
你为什么那么讨厌他呢?
Why do you dislike him so much?
3
他讨厌她在他母亲面前举止失当。
He disliked it when she behaved badly in front of his mother.
4
我不喜欢同家人分开。
I dislike being away from my family.
5
尽管她很不喜欢参加葬礼,但她知道她必须去。
Much as she disliked going to funerals (= although she did not like it at all) , she knew she had to be there.
6
他不愿意让她住在外面。
He disliked her staying away from home.
7
不喜爱;厌恶;反感
a feeling of not liking sb/sth
8
他没有掩饰自己对上司的反感。
He did not try to hide his dislike of his boss.
9
她一下子就对那栋房子以及邻近地区产生了反感。
She took an instant dislike to the house and the neighbourhood.
10
不喜欢的事物;讨厌的事物
a thing that you do not like
11
我喜欢什么,不喜欢什么,都对你说了。
I've told you all my likes and dislikes .
12
以上各词均含厌恶、讨厌、憎恶之义。
All these words mean to have a strong feeling of dislike for sb/sth.
13
指厌恶、讨厌、憎恶。
to have a strong feeling of dislike for sb/sth
14
尽管hate通常为语气较强的动词,但亦常用于口语或非正式英语中,无足轻重地谈论所讨厌的人或物,如某种食物等:
Although hate is generally a very strong verb, it is also commonly used in spoken or informal English to talk about people or things that you dislike in a less important way, for example a particular type of food.
15
他憎恶任何形式的暴力。
He hates violence in any form.
16
我从来都讨厌吃卷心菜。
I've always hated cabbage.
17
指不喜爱、厌恶。
( rather formal ) to not like sb/sth
18
dislike为相当正式的用语,don't like则较非正式,而且较常见,尤其在英语口语中:
Dislike is a rather formal word; it is less formal, and more usual, to say that you don't like sb/sth, especially in spoken English.
19
我不喜欢你夜里这么晚给我打电话。
I don't like it when you phone me so late at night.
20
强调不喜欢、受不了、不能容忍:
( rather informal ) used to emphasize that you really do not like sb/sth
21
他弟弟让我受不了。
I can't stand his brother.
22
叫她等着,她会受不了。
She couldn't stand being kept waiting.
23
指鄙视、蔑视、看不起:
to dislike and have no respect for sb/sth
24
他为自己如此怯懦而自惭形秽。
He despised himself for being so cowardly.
25
指无法承受、应付不了:
used to say that you dislike sth so much that you cannot accept or deal with it
26
家里有猫我可受不了。
I can't bear having cats in the house.
27
用can't stand还是can't bear?
can't stand or can't bear?
28
在许多情况下,两个短语可通用,但can't bear比can't stand语气稍强,而且较正式。
In many cases you can use either word, but can't bear is slightly stronger and slightly more formal than can't stand .
29
指极不喜欢、厌恶:
to hate sb/sth very much
30
他们相互讨厌。
They loathe each other.
31
loathe通常比hate语气还强,但亦可用于非正式场合指不太重要的事情,意为确实不喜欢:
Loathe is generally an even stronger verb than hate , but it can also be used more informally to talk about less important things, meaning ‘really don't like’.
32
无论你是否喜欢他们的音乐,你都无法否认他们的才能。
Whether you love or loathe their music, you can't deny their talent.
33
指厌恶、憎恨、讨厌:
( rather formal ) to hate sb/sth very much
34
他们完全是相互憎恨。
They absolutely detest each other.
dislike英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
an inclination to withhold approval from some person or group

近义词: disfavor,disfavour,disapproval

2
a feeling of aversion or antipathy
例子:
  1. my dislike of him was instinctive
3
have or feel a dislike or distaste for
例子:
  1. I really dislike this salesman