Definition for word aversion.
Aversion A*ver"sion, n. [L. aversio: cf. F. aversion. See
1. A turning away. [Obs.]
Adhesion to vice and aversion from goodness. --Bp.
2. Opposition or repugnance of mind; fixed dislike;
antipathy; disinclination; reluctance.
Mutual aversion of races. --Prescott.
His rapacity had made him an object of general
Note: It is now generally followed by to before the object.
[See Averse.] Sometimes towards and for are found;
from is obsolete.
A freeholder is bred with an aversion to
His aversion towards the house of York. --Bacon.
It is not difficult for a man to see that a
person has conceived an aversion for him.
The Khasias . . . have an aversion to milk. --J.
3. The object of dislike or repugnance.
Pain their aversion, pleasure their desire. --Pope.
Syn: Antipathy; dislike; repugnance; disgust. See Dislike.
Explination we found from Wikipedia for aversion.
- aversion means opposition
or repugnance. the following
are different forms
of aversion: ambiguity aversion brand aversion dissent aversion
- risk aversion
is a concept
on the behavior
s (especially consumer
s and investor
- aversion therapy
is a form of psychological treatment
to a stimulus while simultaneously being subjected
- brand aversion
is an antonym
of brand loyalty
. on the basis
of past experiences
with that brand
and its products, similar
to taste aversion
is a horror
a private investigator
too late that the woman
he is hired
is often possessed
(sanskrit, also dve?a; pali: dosa; tibetan: zhe sdang) - is a buddhist
term that is translated
as 'aversion', 'aggression', 'anger
- in economics
and decision theory
, loss aversion refers
to people's tendency
to strongly prefer avoiding losses
- conditioned taste aversion
as garcia effect
(after dr. john garcia
), and as 'sauce-bearnaise syndrome', a term coined
- in decision theory
, ambiguity aversion
- work aversion
to work) is the state
or not wanting
to work or be employed, or the extreme preference
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