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Учим английский: чем отличается hatred от hate

Igor Krupnov
hatred от hate
revenge от vengeance
to kill от to slay ?
Elena Balandina
Hatred is only a noun. Hate is usually a verb.
Love was destroyed by hatred.
I hate that!
Elena Balandina

from the dictionary:
1 : to avenge (as oneself) usually by retaliating in kind or degree
2 : to inflict injury in return for <revenge an insult>
: punishment inflicted in retaliation for an injury or offense : retribution
— with a vengeance
1: with great force or vehemence <undertook reform with a vengeance>2: to an extreme or excessive degree <the tourists are back—with a vengeance>

вообщем практически одно и то же - но если интересны ньюансы - нашла замечательный блог - здесь :
Elena Balandina
to kill от to slay

Have you checked the dictionary definitions? http://www.onelook.com/

The verb 'kill' has a wide variety of usages -- both literal and figurative. The meaning is less specific than 'murder'. One person can kill another person. A person can be killed (but not murdered) by a collapsing building in an earthquake. You can kill a plant if you over-water it. You can kill time. etc.

The verb 'slay' is a more old-fashioned word and not used as often as either kill or murder. It is mainly used figuratively and in certain collocations (for example, 'slay a dragon').
slay - http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/slay
Igor Krupnov
thanks, but i wrote "hate" as a noun :)

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