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- like is part of the Basic English 850.
- similar or the same
- She's very like her mother.
- Japan is becoming more like the U.S.
- They were dressed in like manner.
- To be happy about someone or something; to think that someone or something is good.
- I like good food.
- A like is something that you think is good.
- Our own likes and dislikes are shaped by what our parents liked.
- At the end of a list of things, and the like means: and other similar things.
- She's good at science, math, and the like.
- You use the likes of someone to show that you don't think that person is a good person.
- You shouldn't be hanging around with the likes of him.
- (informal) You use like, when you are trying to think about the right words.
- He's really, like you know, uh... difficult.
- (informal) You use like when the information isn't exactly true.
- We went there when we were like five years old.
- (informal) You use like when you are trying to make something sound softer.
- OK, like, why don't you try going there.
- (informal) You use like before what somebody said.
- So, I'm like, "What do you mean." And he's like, "you know what I mean."