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

Example sentences using "Loath"

Q: Please show me example sentences with loath.
A: i think it’s “loathe”
Q: Please show me example sentences with 'loath'.
A: Spelled LOATHE.
I loathe the nagging of my sister.
I would take her to the cinema, but she loathes that actor.
Q: Please show me example sentences with loath.
A: I loathe doing the rigorous tasks; meaning I hate doing difficult tasks
Q: Please show me example sentences with loath.
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Synonyms of "Loath" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between loath and loathsome ?
A: Loath is a synonym for hate. Loathsome is someone or something that is very easy to hate or something you hate in certain contexts. I hope I helped :)
Q: What is the difference between loath and reluctant ?
A: I loath studying Maths, why can't I just study English?

My dog doesn't want to go home - he's reluctant to going back home.
Q: What is the difference between loath and loathe ?
A: "loath" means to be reluctant or unwilling to do something, but "loathe" means to dislike or be disgusted by something
"he was loath to leave when she was so upset" = he was reluctant to leave, he didn't want to leave
"I loathe this car, it's too small" = I hate this car, I strongly dislike this car

Edit: I can't make another comment because the question is closed, but the pronunciation of "loath" is /ləʊθ/ which has a voiceless "th" at the end like in "thing" or "thought", and the pronunciation of "loathe" is /ləʊð/ which has a voiced "th" at the end like in "there" or "those".

Translations of "Loath"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? loath
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