I'm wondering if the object of "dislike" should be something that is naturally repeatable. Does it make sense to say the following?
Many women dislike getting married.
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I think there is a sense of repetition suggested by this use of "dislike".
With no context, I think that sentence is at best ambiguous.
With a little stretch you can make sense of the sentence by thinking of all the marriages - perhaps many of the women in those marriages dislike being married, or dislike the ceremony that "got them married" rather than the marriages themselves.