前缀anti-, 相对，相反。词根path, 感觉，见apathetic, 冷漠的。
- antipathy (n.)
- c. 1600, from Latin antipathia, from Greek antipatheia, noun of state from antipathes "opposed in feeling, having opposite feeling; in return for suffering; felt mutually," from anti- "against" (see anti-) + root of pathos "feeling" (see pathos).
- 1. She'd often spoken of her antipathy towards London.
- 2. I feel an antipathy against their behaviour.
- 3. Some people have an antipathy to cats.
- 4. I never overcame a visceral antipathy for the monarchy.
- 5. He had an antipathy to the sound of his voice.
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