like


like
I verb
1)

I like him

Syn:
be fond of, have a soft spot for, think well/highly of, admire, respect, be attracted to, fancy, find attractive, be keen on, be taken with; informal rate
2)

she likes gardening

Syn:
enjoy, have a taste for, have a liking for, be partial to, find/take pleasure in, be keen on, appreciate, love, adore, relish; informal have a thing about, be into, be mad about/for, be hooked on
3)

feel free to say what you like

Syn:
choose, please, wish, want, see/think fit, care to, will
Ant:
hate
II preposition
1)

you're just like a teacher

Syn:
similar to, the same as, identical to, akin to, resembling
2)

the figure landed like a cat

Syn:
in the manner of, in the same way/manner as, in a similar way to
3)

big cities, like Birmingham

Syn:
such as, for example, for instance, in particular, namely, viz
4)

Richard sounded mean, which isn't like him

Syn:
characteristic of, typical of, in character with
Ant:
unlike

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