Translation of aversion in Spanish:

aversion

Pronunciation: /əˈvɜːrʒən; -ʃən; əˈvɜːʃən/

n

  • 1.1 (dislike) (no pl) aversion to sth/sb aversión (f)a algo/algn he has an aversion to work/getting up early le tiene aversión al trabajo/a levantarse temprano
    More example sentences
    • I was a radio deejay for a time, so I have a strong aversion to anybody tampering with my visions of a real artist.
    • She liked him, which is extremely important given her strong aversion to doctors.
    • The U.S. government has a strong aversion to any commitments it does not think it will keep.
    1.2 c (hated object) pop music is her pet aversion le tiene fobia a la música pop, aborrece la música pop (before n) aversion therapy terapia (f) por aversión

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