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    to have a deep antipathy for or to...

    The star has a deep antipathy for/to the press.
    -Between the for and to, which should I choose? Which is correct? I myself would choose "to" because the Oxford Dictionary says "antipathy (to/toward(s) somebody/something)." See it here: http://www.oxfordlearnersdictionarie...hy?q=antipathy

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    Re: to have a deep antipathy for or to...

    I would use "for".

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