abominates


abominates
a'bom·i·nate || -neɪt v. loathe intensely, detest, hate

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • a|bom´i|na´tor — a|bom|i|nate «uh BOM uh nayt», transitive verb, nat|ed, nat|ing. 1. to feel disgust for; hate very much; loathe: »Players abominate unfairness in an umpire. SYNONYM(S): detest, abhor, despise, execrate …   Useful english dictionary

  • a|bom|i|nate — «uh BOM uh nayt», transitive verb, nat|ed, nat|ing. 1. to feel disgust for; hate very much; loathe: »Players abominate unfairness in an umpire. SYNONYM(S): detest, abhor, despise, execrate …   Useful english dictionary


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