1. Like: [adjective] the same or nearly the same (as in appearance, character, or quantity)
2. Synonyms for Like: care (for), want, favor, lean (toward or towards), prefer, adore, delight (in), dig; Antonyms for Like: aversion, disfavor, disgust, disLike
3. Like definition, of the same form, appearance, kind, character, amount, etc.: I cannot remember a Like instance
4. Like synonyms, Like pronunciation, Like translation, English dictionary definition of Like
5. To find pleasant or attractive; enjoy: Do you Like ice cream?
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7. That is, Like, such a good idea! What if we, Like, reroute the power or something? Maybe we could control the terminals remotely
8. Find 127 ways to say Like, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
9. Likee or Like Video is a global short video creation and sharing platform as well as a famous video making app
10. Follow the creators you Like, let's chat and make friends
11. In Likee, you can say hello to strangers by voice chat and video chat
12. Like - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary
13. In the following comparisons, Like is followed by a noun or a pronoun to say that two things are similar
14. It's Like a burger but with big mushrooms instead of bread
15. It is also common to make comparisons using Like with verbs of the senses.
16. Here 'Like' is a preposition and is followed by a noun or a pronoun
17. When we're talking about how things are similar, we often use 'Like' with verbs such as 'look', 'sound' and 'smell'
18. Characters Like Cinderella, Dracula, and Frankenstein continue to appear in movies and novels
19. (The “Like” tells us characters that are comparable to Cinderella, Dracula, and Frankenstein continue to appear in movies and novels.) Jill would love to travel to several European cities such as London, Florence, and Athens.
Like, Love, London
20. The Like operator is used in a WHERE clause to search for a specified pattern in a column.
21. There are two wildcards often used in conjunction with the Like operator:
22. If you simply can't seem to break your bad habit of "Like" overuse, then it may be time to go cold turkey and stop using it altogether
23. The word spans almost all parts of speech and can serve as an adjective ( she mastered lacrosse, field hockey, and Like sports )
24. Informally, Like can serve as an adverb ( the tree is more Like 100 than 50 feet )
25. ‘Liquids Like petrol must not be used to light the fire as they ignite too quickly and can cause serious burns.’ ‘Factors Like birth rates and expected housing developments are being considered in the plan.’ ‘If people go there it's for a specific event Like a conference or a concert.’
Liquids, Like, Light
like (noun) · likes (plural noun) · the like (noun)
like (verb) · likes (third person present) · liked (past tense) · liked (past participle) · liking (present participle)