动词过去式:disliked 过去分词:disliked 现在分词:disliking 第三人称单数:dislikes 形容词:dislikable
v [Tn, Tg, Tsg] not like (sb/sth)不喜欢, 讨厌（某人[某事物]）
*My mother dislikes seeing you with me/dislikes our being together. 我母亲不喜欢看到你和我在一起.
* I like cats but dislike dogs. 我喜欢猫, 不喜欢狗.
* I dislike it when you whistle. 我不爱听你吹口哨.
* If you go on like that you'll get yourself disliked, ie become unpopular. 你再这样下去, 别人就不喜欢你了.
1 (a) [U] ~ (of sb/sth) feeling of not liking 不喜欢; 反感
*a strong dislike of modern poetry 对现代诗的强烈反感.
(b) [C usu pl 通常作复数] thing that one dislikes 不喜欢的事物
*have one's pet dislikes 有自己特别不喜欢的东西.
2 (idm 习语) likes and dislikes => like2. take a dislike to sb/sth start disliking sb/sth 开始不喜欢某人[某事物]
*I don't know why, but I took a strong dislike to him as soon as I saw him. 也不知为什么, 我一见他就十分讨厌他.
1. The survey revealed a large number of sources of noise that we really dislike. Lawn mowers whining on a summer´s day, 这个调查揭示了我们所不喜欢的大量的噪间的来源：夏天呜呜作响的割草机，公寓楼里深夜聚会的喧哗声，
2. Dislike of snakes or spiders is a common phobia. 害怕蛇或厌恶蜘蛛是很常见的事.
3. "I am glad, my dear, to know that you have finally overcome your dislike for him; truly he did not deserve it." "我真高兴，亲爱的，你终于不再讨厌他了。说真的，他不应该使你觉得讨厌。"
4. Most women dislike being ogled (at). 多数女子都讨厌让人色迷迷地盯著.
5. Those who dislike noise will sometimes use most inadequate evidence to support their pleas for a quieter society. 那些讨厌噪音的人有时会用不充分的证据来支持他们希望有一个较为安静的社会环境的要求。
6. I like cats but dislike dogs. 我喜欢猫, 不喜欢狗.
7. I didn't dislike him. 我没有不喜欢他。