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Verb
To enjoy, be pleased by
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“I eat Japanese food every day because I like it.”
Verb
To choose to have something
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“I'm still hungry, and I'd like more food if possible.”
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To feel about or regard something
“How would you like it if it happened to you?”
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To wish or desire for
“You can do whatever you like when you're on vacation.”
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To trust or accept as truth
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(internet, social media) To mark, tag or save something in one's personal list
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Give the thumbs up to
Verb
To interact or coexist well, without argument or trouble
Adjective
Having similar characteristics to another person or thing
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“We share beliefs and opinions because we have like minds.”
Adjective
(similar to) Denoting a resemblance when comparing one to another
Adjective
Free from disagreement or dissent
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Adjective
Copying or following a model or example
Adjective
Authentic, or closely resembling an object being compared to
Adjective
Of or pertaining to simultaneous sounds that are harmonious together
Adjective
Of or related to a clan
Adjective
Suggestive of something in the past
Adjective
(peculiar to) Belonging exclusively to
Adjective
Mutual or held in common by many
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Preposition
Having the same characteristics or qualities as
“Your dining table is like the one I have at home.”
Preposition
In the same way or to the same degree as
“She was screaming hysterically like a lunatic.”
Preposition
Such as one might expect from
“It's just like them to be late, as usual.”
Preposition
For example
“There are many cities in Canada you should visit like Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal, and Quebec.”
Preposition
To be, or as being
Conjunction
In the same way that
“He was just doing his job, like I was doing mine.”
Conjunction
As though, or as if
“I was hungover and felt like someone was pounding on my head with a brick.”
Conjunction
For example
Noun
A person or thing of the same kind as another
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“Let us hope we shall never see the scoundrel or his like in our town ever again.”
Noun
(internet, social media) An individual vote showing support for, or approval of, something posted
“I gave his funny picture a like on Facebook.”
Noun
(rare, usually used in plural form) A fondness or positive regard for something
“Playing the guitar was a like of his.”
Noun
Someone or something that resembles, or corresponds to, another
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Noun
A superficial or transient feeling of liking or attraction
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Adverb
(informal) Almost to the same level, amount or degree
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“The next gas station is like fifty miles from here.”
Adverb
To a certain level, degree or extent
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Adverb
To put it another way
Adverb
As an example
Interjection
(colloquial) Used as a mild intensifier or delaying filter
Abbreviation
For example
Suffix
Like
Prepositional phrase
Introducing one or more parts of the group or topic just mentioned
Prepositional phrase
(conjunctive) To give an example
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