Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Hate"

The meaning of "Hate" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does we hate to break it to you: mean?
A: Basically mean "we don't like doing this but we have to let you know".
Q: What does i hate fake ass people that talk to and then stop talking you like really what did i do. mean?
A: .....that talk to and then stop talking you
They talk to you and then abruptly stop.
...like really what did i do.
The speaker is asking rhetorically what he/she did to make them stop talking to him/her.
In other words, the speaker doesn't think he/she did anything, but the person stopped talking to him/her because they were faking being friendly in the first place.
This is very casually written, like spoken English.
Q: What does I hate to see you looking so cross. mean?
A: Here "cross" means "angry." So the speaker is saying that he/she is unhappy to see that person looking very angry.
Q: What does "hate" in 1372 mean?
A: "Hate sex" is when you have sex with someone you hate or when you have sex for a hateful reason.

In this case, this character is having sex with strangers because her sister can't anymore (because she's getting married).
Q: What does "hate" in 129 mean?
A: I'm not an expert on the technicalities, but a "hate speech" (to my knowledge) is any speech, conduct, writing or gesture that incites or may incite violence or prejudice actions against someone or a group of some kind. Hate speeches are forbidden by law.

Example sentences using "Hate"

Q: Please show me example sentences with hate it when.
A: "i hate it when she/he does that" "I hate it when they don't listen" or in question wise you can say " do you hate it when I/they do this?" "do you hate it when..." it can be used in many different ways. either you not liking them or you asking someone if they hate something
Q: Please show me example sentences with hate to break it to you.
A: Hate to break it to you, but your cooking is terrible.

Hate to break it to you, but your jokes aren’t funny.

Hate to break it to you, but you’re getting old.

Hate to break it to you, but your dog died.

Hate to break it to you, but ~(negative comment)
Q: Please show me example sentences with hate this.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hate(verb).
A: I hate to see good food go to waste, but I simply cannot eat THAT many bananas.

It's sad to see people give in to hate.

Don't hate me! I'm just trying to be helpful.
Q: Please show me example sentences with hate.
A: -I hate winter ❄️
- They hate pizza 🍕

Synonyms of "Hate" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between hate and can't stand ?
A: They are similar, but hate is a stronger emotion.
Q: What is the difference between hate and can't stand and loathe and abhor ?
A: hate and cant stand are common. Their definition is the same.
Abhor and loathe are rarely used.

i hate him and i cant stand him are common. i loathe him is like something you'd hear in a old movie.
Q: What is the difference between hate and loathe ?
A: "Loathe" is more like "disgust." In everyday talk, they are used the same, however "hate" is the more common word.

Q: What is the difference between hate and hatred ?
A: @alan-aplicano: Hate is a verb. Hatred is a noun. In the English language the word hate is more abstract. Hatred is more directed and concrete.
Q: What is the difference between hate and loathe ?
A: Simply put, loathe is a much, MUCH stronger version of hate.

If a friend is annoying you, or making fun of you for something, you can laugh a bit and jokingly say
"Ahahahah I hate you, you suck". It'll come off like a joke in most situations like that.

Loathe is as far as I know on of the strongest words to express dislike for something. It's pretty rare in real life, might come up in video games or a TV show or something. I don't believe I've ever used it

Translations of "Hate"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I hate you
A: both r correct. people from different places pronounce it differently.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i don't want to travel by plane.i hate flying
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I hate you
A: i hate you
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? i hate you
A: I hate you
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? I hate you
A: I don"t like you

Other questions about "Hate"

Q: i hate his pretention. does this sound natural?
A: It would sound more natural to use the adjective-to-noun derivative, "pretentiousness". So, "I hate his pretentiousness."
Q: sometimes i think hate my life does this sound natural?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: I hate it being cold. does this sound natural?
A: As in, you hate how cold it is in winter? "I hate the cold" would probably be better.

"I hate it being cold" is grammatically ok, but it... kinda sounds a little off. Can't quite put my finger on it.
Q: i hate cycling = fuckin hate cycling = fuck that cycling hate , same meaning?
A: The first two are the same. The third is not the same as the first two.

"Fuck that cycling hate" would be strange to say ( it might be said to express dislike for those who hate cycling).
Q: I hate being sober.
What does that mean?
A: It means you like being drunk

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