dégoûter

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Etymology[edit]

From Old French desgouster (to put off one's appetite), from des- (dis-) + gouster, goster (to taste), from Latin gustāre (to taste).

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dégoûter

  1. to disgust, to nauseate, to sicken, to turn the stomach of
  2. (reflexive) to grow disgusted of, to tire of, to grow sick and tired of

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