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noun dislike pronunciation in British English /dɪsˈlaɪk/
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singulardislike
pluraldislikes

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  1. [singular/uncountable] a feeling of not liking someone or something
    dislike of: She finds it hard to hide her dislike of small children.
    dislike for: He has a dislike for people in authority.
    take a dislike to: He took an immediate dislike to me.
    1. a.
      [countable] [usually plural] something you do not like
      likes and dislikes: We were asked to list our top five likes and dislikes.

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