Definitions for like

Definitions for (noun) like

Main entry: like, ilk

Definition: a kind of person

Usage: We'll not see his like again; I can't tolerate people of his ilk

Main entry: the like, the likes of, like

Definition: a similar kind

Usage: dogs, foxes, and the like, we don't want the likes of you around here

Definitions for (verb) like

Main entry: like

Definition: feel about or towards; consider, evaluate, or regard

Usage: How did you like the President's speech last night?

Main entry: like

Definition: be fond of

Usage: I like my nephews

Main entry: like

Definition: find enjoyable or agreeable

Usage: I like jogging; She likes to read Russian novels

Main entry: wish, like, care

Definition: prefer or wish to do something

Usage: Do you care to try this dish?; Would you like to come along to the movies?

Main entry: like

Definition: want to have

Usage: I'd like a beer now!

Definitions for (adj) like

Main entry: like, similar

Definition: resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination

Usage: suits of like design; a limited circle of like minds; members of the cat family have like dispositions; as like as two peas in a pod; doglike devotion; a dreamlike quality

Main entry: similar, alike, like

Definition: having the same or similar characteristics

Usage: all politicians are alike; they looked utterly alike; friends are generally alike in background and taste

Main entry: same, like

Definition: equal in amount or value

Usage: like amounts; equivalent amounts; the same amount; gave one six blows and the other a like number; the same number

Main entry: like, corresponding, comparable

Definition: conforming in every respect

Usage: boxes with corresponding dimensions; the like period of the preceding year

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