What is the opposite of be averse to?

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To like in an emphatic manner, or have a strong liking for
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“Of course, I would love having a coffee with you.”
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(euphemistic) To have physical or intimate relations with someone
“Paul kept saying that he was made to love her, and that she was made to love him. He then remarked that he couldn't get enough of her, and asked if she could get enough of him.”
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(delight in) To take great pleasure in
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“While the English may delight in tea and crumpets, the French relish their coffee and croissants.”
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To have a desire for
“Do you want some honey to go with your pancakes?”
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To show an inclination for, or against, something
“I tend to bias toward the view that first-person, nondual understanding represents something of the pinnacle of human knowledge.”
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To pick one option over another
“I would take going for a walk over just lazing about at home.”
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