n [U] ~ (for/of sb/sth) very strong dislike; hate 仇恨; 憎恨
*feel hatred for the enemy 对敌人怀着仇恨
* He looked at me with hatred. 他以憎恨的眼光望着我.
* She has a profound hatred of fascism. 她对法西斯主义怀有深仇大恨.
n [U and C]
hate + -red, from Old English
an angry feeling of extreme dislike for someone or something
≠ love A look of pure hatred flashed across her face.hatred of/for/towards his intense hatred of all foreigners Abby made no secret of her hatred for her father.passionate/intense/deep etc hatred Ellis was a sick young man with a deep hatred of women. the old hatreds and prejudices that simmered below the surface
1. He looked at me with hatred. 他以憎恨的眼光望著我.
2. Gail sometimes wondered why I and other blacks were so involved with the racial issue, and I was surprised that she seemed to forget the subtler forms of racial hatred in American society. 盖尔有时不明白为何我和其他黑人如此热衷于种族问题，她好像忘记了美国社会中种族仇恨更加微妙的表现形式，这一点令我感到惊讶。
3. One didn´t know from concrete examples that international sporting contests lead to orgies of hatred. 们没有从具体的实例得知国际体育比赛导致了深仇大恨.
4. That international sporting contests lead to orgies of hatred, one could deduce it from general principles. 了解到国际运动比赛会导致疯狂的仇恨，也可以从常理中推断出结论。
5. While the other side of Chaplin makes Monsieur Verdoux, the French wife killer, into a symbol of hatred for women. 而卓别林的另一面使他的《凡尔杜先生》，一个杀了妻子的法国人，成为了仇恨女人的象征。