Definition of distaste in English:

distaste

Syllabification: dis·taste
Pronunciation: /disˈtāst
 
/

noun

[in singular]
  • Mild dislike or aversion: Harry nurtured a distaste for all things athletic his mouth twisted with distaste
    More example sentences
    • Graham, you are not the first to suggest my opinion stemmed from a distaste of boxing.
    • All those years of building left me with a permanent distaste for home renovations.
    • The distaste was tangible across his face and he shuddered perceptibly.
    Synonyms
    dislike for, aversion to/toward, disinclination to/toward, disapproval of, disapprobation of, disdain for, repugnance at/toward, hatred for/of, loathing of

Origin

late 16th century: from dis- (expressing reversal) + taste, on the pattern of early modern French desgout, Italian disgusto. Compare with disgust.

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