desagradar


desagradar
v.
1 to displease.
me desagrada su actitud I don't like her attitude
me desagradó tener que levantarme tan pronto I didn't like having to get up so early
créame, me desagrada mucho tener que decirle esto believe me, I really don't like to have to say this to you
a nadie le desagradan los elogios nobody minds being praised
La grasa le desagrada a mi padre Fat displeases my father.
Me desagrada la comida frita Fried food displeases me.
2 to dislike, to have a dislike for, to distaste.
Me desagrada tu ropa I dislike your clothes.
3 to dislike to.
Me desagrada dormir ahí I dislike to sleep there.
4 to dislike it.
Me desagrada I dislike it.
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desagradar
verbo intransitivo
1 to displease
me desagrada su música I don't like her music
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1.
VT

me desagrada ese olor — I don't like that smell

ese estilo no me desagrada en absoluto — I don't dislike that style at all

me desagrada tener que hacerlo — I dislike having to do it

2.
VI to be unpleasant
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verbo transitivo

me desagrada su presencia/su voz — I find his presence/his voice unpleasant o disagreeable

me desagrada tener que decírselo — I don't like having to tell her

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= displease, grate on, turn off.
Ex. No matter what we do, we're going to displease some people.
Ex. His personality, furthermore, appeared to grate on the average television viewer.
Ex. In the last presidential election voters said they were turned off by leaders who waffled.
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verbo transitivo

me desagrada su presencia/su voz — I find his presence/his voice unpleasant o disagreeable

me desagrada tener que decírselo — I don't like having to tell her

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= displease, grate on, turn off.

Ex: No matter what we do, we're going to displease some people.

Ex: His personality, furthermore, appeared to grate on the average television viewer.
Ex: In the last presidential election voters said they were turned off by leaders who waffled.

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desagradar [A1 ]
vt
me desagrada su presencia I find his presence unpleasant o disagreeable
la manera en que me habla me desagrada sobremanera (frml); I find the way she talks to me extremely unpleasant o disagreeable (frml)
me desagrada tener que decírselo I don't like having to tell her
no te desagrada el vino ¿eh? (iró); so you're not averse to a drop of wine, eh? (hum)
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desagradar (conjugate desagradar) verbo transitivo:
me desagrada el calor/tener que decírselo I don't like the heat/having to tell her

desagradar verbo intransitivo to displease

'desagradar' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
disgustar
English:
displease
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desagradar vi
to displease;
me desagrada su actitud I don't like her attitude;
me desagradó tener que levantarme tan pronto I didn't like having to get up so early;
créame, me desagrada mucho tener que decirle esto believe me, I really don't like to have to say this to you;
a nadie le desagradan los elogios nobody minds being praised;
¿qué es lo que tanto te desagrada de él? what is it you dislike about him?;
¿qué te parece este bar? – no me desagrada how do you like this bar? – it's not bad
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desagradar
v/i
:
me desagrada tener que … I dislike having to …;
les desagradó lo que hizo they were unhappy with what he did;
no me desagradaría … I wouldn’t mind …
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desagradar vi
: to be unpleasant, to be disagreeable
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desagradar vb to dislike / not to like
me desagrada discutir I don't like arguing

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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