See also: antipatia and antipátia

GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ἀντιπάθεια (antipátheia), noun of state from ἀντιπαθής (antipathḗs, opposed in feeling), from ἀντί (antí, against) + root of πάθος (páthos, feeling). Synchronically, anti- +‎ -patía.

NounEdit

antipatía f (plural antipatías)

  1. antipathy

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SpanishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek ἀντιπάθεια (antipátheia), noun of state from ἀντιπαθής (antipathḗs, opposed in feeling), from ἀντί (antí, against) + root of πάθος (páthos, feeling). Synchronically, anti- +‎ -patía.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /antipaˈtia/, [ãn̪t̪ipaˈt̪ia]

NounEdit

antipatía f (plural antipatías)

  1. antipathy
    Antonym: simpatía
  2. dislike (toward a person or people)

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