English version

I’d hate (for) somebody/something to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI’d hate (for) somebody/something to do somethingI’d hate (for) somebody/something to do somethingspokenWANT used to emphasize that you do not want something to happen I’d hate you to go. I’d hate for him to think I wasn’t interested. hate
Examples from the Corpus
I’d hate (for) somebody/something to do somethingI'd hate some one to come along and see me.I'd hate for my child to grow up in such a violent city.I'd hate all that food to spoil.I'd hate anyone to think that I did well out of dealing with the problem page.
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