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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishaversiona‧ver‧sion /əˈvɜːʃən $ əˈvɜːrʒən/ noun [singular, uncountable]  DON'T LIKEa strong dislike of something or someone syn hatredaversion to Despite his aversion to publicity, Arnold was persuaded to talk to the press.have an aversion to something I have an aversion to housework.
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aversionYou should not tell your client to expect that they will automatically experience an aversion response to the imagery of drinking.Margarett had an aversion to the Boston School.Rick Perry, the Texas commissioner of agriculture, is a rancher with an aversion to hyperbole.My love of law is almost equal to my aversion to lawyers.Most people have a natural aversion to anything associated with death or dying.Lithography a printing process based on the principle of the natural aversion of water to grease.The Symbolist poets and artists were unanimous in their aversion to the photographic image.have an aversion to somethingSome people have an aversion to technology.
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