Etymology
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distaste (n.)

"want of taste or liking (for something)," 1590s, from dis- + taste (n.). Perhaps a nativizing of French desgoust or Italian disgusto, or from the obsolete verb distaste "to disrelish, dislike" (1580s).

updated on September 03, 2018

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Definitions of distaste from WordNet

distaste (n.)
a feeling of intense dislike;
Synonyms: antipathy / aversion
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