Translation of aversion in Spanish:


aversión, n.

Pronunciation /əˈvəːʃ(ə)n//əˈvərʒən/


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    aversión feminine
    aversion to sth/sb aversión a algo/algn
    • he has an aversion to work/getting up early le tiene aversión al trabajo/a levantarse temprano
    • Rats have evolved a strong, innate aversion to the smells of their predators.
    • How could a taste for certain bright colours or an aversion to others possibly have helped our ancestors to survive?
    • The U.S. government has a strong aversion to any commitments it does not think it will keep.
    • After 20-odd years of this, my sister and I had a strong aversion to turkey, as it reminded us of some of the worst ever days of our lives.
    • He had an aversion to horror movies, but he would have preferred one to what he had seen on the screen.
    • Our palates all have the same five types of detectors, the same aversion to bitter and mania for sweet.
    • For the most part, I hate losing hard earned money, hence my aversion to Las Vegas.
    • I was a radio deejay for a time, so I have a strong aversion to anybody tampering with my visions of a real artist.
    • This impression was often based on an aversion to the strong odour of the camels rather than the cameleers themselves.
    • She liked him, which is extremely important given her strong aversion to doctors.
    • Ultimately what it amounts to is an aversion to pretentiousness and egomania.
    • Your latex allergy has brought me untold misery and your aversion to hot wax has cost me hundreds at the laser salon.
    • So many of us strive to raise our children with good moral values including an aversion to violence and aggression.
    • On the other hand, if the diet was familiar to them, then they did not form a significant aversion to it.
    • Victims would develop an aversion to garlic and other blood-thinning agents.
    • He also observed the students learning an aversion to investigating patients' social and psychological problems.
    • On the other hand, the standard tones could mean a lack of daring or even an aversion to technology.
    • Schopenhauer had an aversion to fighting, and even more of an aversion to fighting on the Prussian side against the French.
    • What unites them is not an aversion to change, but an aversion to imposed change.
    • Not surprisingly, the aversion may be stronger when the person in question is a stranger.
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    (hated object)
    pop music is her pet aversion aborrece la música pop