What mean dislikes?
a feeling of aversion or disapproval
Definition of dislike (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : a feeling of aversion or disapproval. 2 obsolete : discord. 3 : something that a person habitually does not like or enjoy talking about his likes and dislikes.
What is strongly dislike mean?
1 a strong feeling of not liking or approving. we have a strong dislike for olives and wouldn’t eat them even if we were paid.
Is dislike opposite of like?
For the usual opposite of the verb like, we use dislike, which means “to not like” or “to find (something) unpleasant/disagreeable”: Robert dislikes being called “Robbie”.
What is the root word for child?
‘Relating to children’, from Greek pais (παῖς), meaning ‘child’, which derived from the Proto-Indo-European stem *peu-, meaning ‘small’, ‘young’, or ‘few’.
What part of speech is snakes?
Snake can be a noun or a verb.
What is the opposite love?
The true opposite of love is indifference.
What is brother in Old English?
Ultimately from Old English brōþor, brōþru (“brothers, brethren”), influenced by Old English brēþer, dative singular of brōþor (“brother”).
What is the synonym of dislikable?
Synonyms & Near Synonyms for dislikable. brackish, disagreeable, unpleasant. exceptionable, objectionable. contemptible, despicable, detestable,
What is the antonym for benefit?
Antonyms for benefit. disadvantage, drawback, encumbrance, hindrance, impediment, minus. 2 something that provides happiness or does good for a person or thing. the meal service is a great benefit to invalids and the elderly.
What words can you use to describe a benefit?
WORDS RELATED TO BENEFIT. accommodate. verb perform service. afford. aid. arrange. assist. avail. benefit. bow. comfort. convenience. defer. favor. furnish. gratify. help. accommodated. accommodates. acquisition. acquisitions.