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mia0815

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Taiwanese
And some soldiers passing through the woods near to his cave at that instant, which proved to be a part of the troops of the Athenian captain Alcibiades, who upon some disgust taken against the senators of Athens (the Athenians were ever noted to be a thankless and ungrateful people, giving disgust to their generals and best friends), was marching at the head of the same triumphant army which he had formerly headed in their defence, to war against them[...]


Tales from Shakespeare by Charles Lamb

Does 'give disgust to' mean offend?
Please help. Thank you.
 
  • Jason_2_toi

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    English-Scotland
    I've never come across this expression before.

    A person is disgusted. It's a subjective matter.
     
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