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Condemn to say strongly that you do not approve of something She condemned the police for their treatment of the prisoners. fm Page 33 Tuesday, January 20, 2004 1:26 PM 33 dislike noun Synonyms: dislike, hatred, hate, disgust Antonym: liking Synonyms: dislike a feeling of not liking something or someone She had a great dislike of noisy parties. hatred a very strong feeling of not liking someone or something a hatred of unfair treatment ć a campaign against racial hatred hate a very strong feeling of not liking someone Her eyes were full of hate.
Did you have a good time at the party? satisfactory quite good, or as good as expected Are the arrangements for your holiday satisfactory? acceptable good enough by the usual standards, although not particularly good Fighting in the street is not acceptable behaviour. ć Would an offer of £50 be acceptable to you? excellent very good We had an excellent meal in a Chinese restaurant. ć Her handwriting is excellent – it is much clearer than mine. wonderful extremely good or enjoyable They had a wonderful holiday.
Fights broke out between the protesters and the police. battle an occasion when large groups of soldiers fight each other using powerful weapons Many soldiers died in the first battle of the war. ć the Battle of Hastings war a period of fighting between countries Millions of soldiers and civilians were killed during the war. conflict a war, or fighting as part of a war the violent conflict between the neighbouring republics ć The government is engaged in armed conflict with rebel forces. fm Page 40 Tuesday, January 20, 2004 1:26 PM 40 find verb Synonyms: find, discover, come across, encounter Antonym: lose Synonyms: find to see where something hidden or lost is after looking for it I found a £2 coin behind the sofa.