Hate, Dislikable, Detestable
noun, な adjective
You know that 嫌 means dislike and this vocab word means the same thing: dislike or hate!
Though this word is an adjective in Japanese, it usually makes sense to translate it as a verb in English, because of the difference in sentence structure. However, a more literal translation would be dislikable or detestable.
Of all the things out there to dislike the thing I dislike the most is the killer (きら) of people. People should never kill people.
There were fill in the blank questions on the test, which I hate.
I don't like busy work. I think we should have it done by machines.
I’m sorry to cause so many problems. You may think I’m unpleasant, but please don’t hate me.