Sutta Central translation there is:
“Liking, disliking, and both liking and disliking have come up in me.”
That is good. I may state it as:
“Liking, disliking, and both liking and disliking may arise in me.”
That happens when an arammana comes in through one of the six sensory inputs.
– “both liking and disliking may arise in me” seems a bit confusing.
– That is possibly the case when one is uncertain whether that arammana is good or bad.
All three possibilities arise when one is “unaware of the real nature” (na pajānāti) of such arammana.
A Noble person would know with wisdom (pajānāti) how such arammana arise via Paticca Samuppada and thus, would not be swayed by them.