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To ‘loathe’ means to hate somebody or something very much. It is usually characterized by disgust or intolerance, whether deserved or not. With this word, the spelling ‘loathe’ tends to be used with the verb form and the variant ‘loath’ is used for the adjective. The adjective expresses a strong disinclination to do something.