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hate in English:

1. detest detest

Gary is such a horrible person. I absolutely detest him.
They absolutely detest each other.
Tom really does detest giving speeches in front of large audiences.
Being a criminal, I detest violence. There are so many smarter ways of stealing people's property.
I detest having to hurry in the morning.
And since she refused to accept it, she had been living in extreme discomfort, exclaiming: "Why should we spend all the capital we are ever likely to have tying ourselves down to a place we detest!"
he detests sharing power
When he was finished with him, the renowned children's psychiatrist would be one of the most detest man in Sweden
James is the sort of man I most detest.
to ​hate someone or something very much: I detest any ​kind of ​cruelty. [+ -ing verb] I detest having to get up when it's ​dark ​outside. her detested ​older ​brother
When he was at school he detested playing football
Both want to be President and they have long detested each other.
I detest swimming.
I detest extremism as much as anyone.
The more I detest men individually the more ardent becomes my love for humanity.

English word "hate"(detest) occurs in sets:

Unit 1 Part 4
Vocabulary & Grammar

2. hated hated

Tom hated Mary.
I began to understand the reason why he hated me.
I didn't like him much, in fact I hated him.
She hated him so much that our family could never go and visit him.
She bought him a sweater, but he hated the color.
Better to be hated for who you are than loved for who you're not.
The people of Boston hated the British soldiers.
I parted with my old car, though I hated to do so.
At first he hated her but gradually came to love her.
As he was drinking he got very merry and kept telling everybody just how much he hated hospitals.
In adolescence, I hated life and was continually on the verge of suicide, from which, however, I was restrained by the desire to know more mathematics.
He was still very shy and he hated going to court
What makes him hated?
Christopher Columbus wasn't an explorer because he loved the sea. He was an explorer because he hated Spanish jails.
He hated to play ball with his manager, so he quit his job.

English word "hate"(hated) occurs in sets:

czasowniki regularne PAST SIMPLE, KLASA 5
Verbs: Present Simple - Past Simple
101 - 200 verbos