Definición de loath en inglés:

loath

Saltos de línea: loath
Pronunciación: /ləʊθ
 
/
(also loth)

adjetivo

[predic., with infinitive]

Derivativos

loathness

sustantivo

Origen

Old English lāth 'hostile, spiteful', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch leed, German Leid 'sorrow'.

Uso

Although different in meaning, loath and loathe are often confused. Loath is an adjective (also spelled loth) meaning ‘reluctant or unwilling’, as in I was loath to leave , whereas loathe is a verb meaning ‘feel intense dislike or disgust for’, as in she loathed him on sight .

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noun
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