(n.) = feud ; aversion ; loathing ; hatred ; hate. Ex: In doing so, the library created a rift that prohibited dialogue and created something of a feud between the copyright owner and the library. Ex: The central hypothesis is that an aversion to neologisms (especially newly coined words) impedes the introduction and acceptance of new concepts. Ex: The article 'The hype and the hope: fear and loathing on the net' argues that the fears and mistrust of the Internet are based upon ignorance about new technology. Ex: A culture of violence and hatred seems to have percolated through the corridors of the institutions of learning particularly schools. Ex: Librarians often have to decide whether to provide free access to or to censor materials containing hate speech or that which advocates hate and violence. ---- * alimentar el odio = fuel + hatred. * delito motivado por el odio = hate crime. * incitar el odio = incite + hatred. * lanzar una mirada de odio = glare at. * la voz del odio = the voice of hate. * lleno de odio = hateful. * mirar con odio = look + daggers at ; glare at. * odio a Uno mismo = self-hatred ; self-loathing ; self-hate. * odio racial = racial hatred. * promover el odio = fuel + hatred. (v.) = hate ; loathe ; despise ; detest. Ex: I would hate to see us add more responsibility at this time, when librarians are already reeling. Ex: He sometimes loathed the books he recommended as much as the children they were inflicted upon loathed them. Ex: By this later period pressmen in England were despised as mere 'horses', the 'great guzzlers of beer' who were rebuked by the young Benjamin Franklin for their mindless intemperance. Ex: This resulted in Africans loving and aspiring to everything European and detesting and deeming inferior anything that is African. ---- * algunos lo aman, otros lo odian = love it or loathe it. * odiar a muerte = hate + Posesivo + guts ; be at daggers drawn (with). * odiarse a muerte = be at each other's throats. * persona que desprecia u odia = despiser.