aversión


aversión
f.
aversion, antipathy, hate, hatred.
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aversión
nombre femenino
1 aversion
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FRASEOLOGÍA
sentir aversión por to loathe
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noun f.
dislike
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SF (=repulsión) aversion; (=aborrecimiento) disgust, loathing

aversión hacia o por algo — aversion to sth

aversión a algn — aversion for sb

cobrar aversión a algn/algo — to take a strong dislike to sb/sth

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femenino aversion

siento aversión por ella — I loathe her, I have a real aversion to her

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= antipathy, disinclination, dislike, disliking, aversion, loathing, distaste, avoidance, disgust.
Ex. Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.
Ex. The base of higher education is shrinking because of an evident disinclination on the part of growing numbers of eligible students to extend their education.
Ex. Because of this human characteristic of dislike of work, most people must be coerced, controlled, directed, threatened with punishment to get them to put forth adequate effort.
Ex. Reactions to the serious novels and the monographs are never simply of liking or disliking.
Ex. The central hypothesis is that an aversion to neologisms (especially newly coined words) impedes the introduction and acceptance of new concepts.
Ex. The article 'The hype and the hope: fear and loathing on the net' argues that the fears and mistrust of the Internet are based upon ignorance about new technology.
Ex. Some detractors cite political reasons for this, for example the apparent scarcity of public funds and taxpayers' distaste for anything 'governmental'.
Ex. This avoidance of unnecessary repetition in the listing of concepts is a feature of CC and of all faceted classification schemes.
Ex. I gave him a look of scorn and disgust, but he merely laughed at me.
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* preferencias y aversiones = likes and dislikes.
* sentir aversión por = have + aversion to.
* tener aversión a = have + aversion to.
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femenino aversion

siento aversión por ella — I loathe her, I have a real aversion to her

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= antipathy, disinclination, dislike, disliking, aversion, loathing, distaste, avoidance, disgust.

Ex: Of particular note is his classic monograph 'Prejudices and Antipathies', published by Scarecrow Press, a critique of LC entry and subject heading practices.

Ex: The base of higher education is shrinking because of an evident disinclination on the part of growing numbers of eligible students to extend their education.
Ex: Because of this human characteristic of dislike of work, most people must be coerced, controlled, directed, threatened with punishment to get them to put forth adequate effort.
Ex: Reactions to the serious novels and the monographs are never simply of liking or disliking.
Ex: The central hypothesis is that an aversion to neologisms (especially newly coined words) impedes the introduction and acceptance of new concepts.
Ex: The article 'The hype and the hope: fear and loathing on the net' argues that the fears and mistrust of the Internet are based upon ignorance about new technology.
Ex: Some detractors cite political reasons for this, for example the apparent scarcity of public funds and taxpayers' distaste for anything 'governmental'.
Ex: This avoidance of unnecessary repetition in the listing of concepts is a feature of CC and of all faceted classification schemes.
Ex: I gave him a look of scorn and disgust, but he merely laughed at me.
* preferencias y aversiones = likes and dislikes.
* sentir aversión por = have + aversion to.
* tener aversión a = have + aversion to.

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aversión
feminine
aversion
le tiene aversión a la carne he has a strong dislike of o an aversion to meat
siento aversión por ella I loathe o can't stand her, I have a real aversion to her
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aversión sustantivo femenino
aversion
aversión sustantivo femenino aversion
'aversión' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
abominar
- horror
- inquina
- invencible
- repugnancia
English:
antipathy
- aversion
- dislike
- loathing
- repugnance
- repulsion
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aversión nf
aversion;
tener aversión a algo, sentir aversión hacia algo to feel aversion towards sth;
tomar aversión a algo to take a dislike to sth
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aversión
f aversion
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aversión nf, pl -siones : aversion, dislike
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aversión n dislike
tiene aversión a las serpientes he has a dislike of snakes

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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  • aversion — [ avɛrsjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1636; « révulsion » méd. 1537; « égarement » XIIIe; lat. aversio, de avertere « détourner » ♦ Grande répugnance, violente répulsion. ⇒ antipathie, dégoût, exécration, haine , horreur, répulsion, répugnance; phobie. Avoir de l …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Aversion — A*ver sion, n. [L. aversio: cf. F. aversion. See {Avert}.] 1. A turning away. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] Adhesion to vice and aversion from goodness. Bp. Atterbury. [1913 Webster] 2. Opposition or repugnance of mind; fixed dislike; antipathy;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • aversion — AVERSION. subs. f. Haine. Avoir quelque chose en aversion. Avoir de l aversion contre quelqu un, pour quelqu un. Prendre quelqu un en aversion. Avoir de l aversion pour l étude. Avoir de l aversion pour le vin. J aigrande aversion pour cela. L… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Aversion — Aversion, Abneigung oder Ablehnung (von lat. aversatio zu aversio „Ekel“) bezeichnet die Neigung eines Organismus, auf bestimmte Reize mit Unlust zu reagieren. Eine Aversion kann gegenüber jeder Art von Reizen oder Objekten bestehen, zum Beispiel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Aversion — Sf Abneigung erw. fremd. Erkennbar fremd (17. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. aversion, dieses aus l. āversio ( ōnis) (eigentlich Abwenden ), einer Ableitung von l. āvertere abwenden , zu l. vertere (versum) wenden, drehen und l. ab von, weg …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • aversión — ‘Rechazo o repugnancia frente a alguien o algo’: «En su aversión al progreso la Iglesia no estaba sola» (Mendoza Ciudad [Esp. 1986]). Si lleva complemento, este va normalmente precedido de a, aunque también puede introducirse con por, hacia o,… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • aversion — AVERSION. s. f. Antipathie, repugnance naturelle, qui fait qu une personne, qu une chose nous deplaist. Avoir de l aversion contre quelqu un, pour quelqu un. avoir de l aversion à escrire, à estudier. aversion au vin, pour le vin. j ay grande… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • aversion — [ə vʉr′zhən, ə vʉr′shən] n. [L aversio < aversus, pp. of avertere: see AVERT] 1. Obs. the act of turning away 2. an intense or definite dislike; antipathy; repugnance 3. the object arousing such dislike SYN. AVERSION and ANTIPATHY both imply… …   English World dictionary

  • aversion — (n.) a turning away from, 1590s; figurative sense of mental attitude of repugnance is from 1650s, from M.Fr. aversion and directly from L. aversionem (nom. aversio), noun of action from pp. stem of aversus turned away, backwards, behind, hostile …   Etymology dictionary

  • aversión — sustantivo femenino 1. (no contable) Repugnancia hacia personas o cosas: Le tomó aversión a los viajes. Su casa me inspira aversión. Sinónimo: repulsión. Antónimo: atracción …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • Aversion — »Abneigung«: Das Wort wurde im 17. Jh. aus gleichbed. frz. aversion entlehnt, das auf lat. aversio »das Abwenden; das Sichabwenden«; spätlat. »Abscheu« beruht. Es gehört zu lat. a vertere »abwenden«, einer Bildung zu lat. vertere (versum) »wenden …   Das Herkunftswörterbuch


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