This child disapproves of her meal.
When you do not like your child's behavior and are against the way he or she is acting, this is an example of a time when you disapprove of the behavior.
transitive verb-·proved′, -·prov′ing
- to have or express an unfavorable opinion of; consider (something) wrong; condemn
- to refuse to approve; reject
verbdis·ap·proved, dis·ap·prov·ing, dis·ap·proves
- To have an unfavorable opinion of; condemn.
- To refuse to approve; reject.
(third-person singular simple present disapproves, present participle disapproving, simple past and past participle disapproved)
dis- + approve