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Que a categoria em ENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* enPR: līk, IPA(key): /laɪk/ * Rhymes: -aɪk

  • enPR: līk, IPA(key): /laɪk/
  • Rhymes: -aɪk

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _liken_, from Old English _līcian_ (“to please, be sufficient”), from Proto-Germanic _*līkijaną_, _*līkāną_ (“to please”), from Proto-Indo-European _*līg-_ (“image, likeness, similarity”). Cognate with Dutch _lijken_ (“to seem”), German _gleichen_ (“to resemble”), Icelandic _líka_ (“to like”), Norwegian _like_ (“to like”). VERB LIKE (_third-person singular simple present_ LIKES, _present participle_ LIKING, _simple past and past participle_ LIKED) * (transitive, archaic) To please. * 1903, A. W. Pollard (ed.), _Le Morte d'Arthur_ by Sir Thomas Malory (1485) , volume I, Bk.

From Middle English liken, from Old English līcian (to please, be sufficient), from Proto-Germanic *līkijaną, *līkāną (to please), from Proto-Indo-European *līg- (image, likeness, similarity). Cognate with Dutch lijken (to seem), German gleichen (to resemble), Icelandic líka (to like), Norwegian like (to like).

Verb

like (third-person singular simple present likes, present participle liking, simple past and past participle liked)

  1. (transitive, archaic) To please.
Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English, from Old English _ġelīċ_ by shortening, influenced by Old Norse _líkr_. Cognate with _alike_; more distantly, with _lich_ and _-ly_. ADJECTIVE LIKE (_comparative_ MORE LIKE _or_ LIKER, _superlative_ MOST LIKE _or_ LIKEST) * Similar. _My partner and I have LIKE minds._ * 1843, Thomas Carlyle, _Past and Present_, book 2, ch. 3, Landlord Edmund […] and this is not a sky, it is a Soul and living Face! Nothing LIKER the Temple of the Highest, bright with some real effulgence of the Highest, is seen in this world. * (obsolete) likely; probable * South But it is LIKE the jolly world about us will scoff at the paradox of these practices. * Clarendon Many were not easy to be governed, nor LIKE to conform themselves to strict rules. RELATED TERMS * alike DERIVED TERMS * as like as not * -like TRANSLATIONS ADVERB LIKE (_comparative_ MORE LIKE, _superlative_ MOST LIKE) * (informal) For example, such as: to introduce an example or list of examples. _There are lots of birds, LIKE ducks and gulls, in this park._ * (archaic, colloquial) Likely. * 1599, William Shakespeare, _Much Ado About Nothing_, Act 2 Scene 3 DON PEDRO. May be she doth but counterfeit. CLAUDIO. Faith, LIKE enough. [= Indeed, quite likely.] * (obsolete) In a like or similar manner. * Bible, Psalms ciii. 13 LIKE as a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear him. USAGE NOTES In formal writing, such as is preferred over _like._ SYNONYMS * for example * (formal) such as TRANSLATIONS NOUN LIKE (_plural_ LIKES) * _(sometimes as THE LIKES OF)_ Someone similar to a given person, or something similar to a given object; a comparative; a type; a sort. * (Can we date this quote?), Winston Churchill on T.E. Lawrence We shall never see his LIKE again. _There were bowls full of sweets, chocolates and the LIKE._ _It was something the LIKES of which I had never seen before._ SYNONYMS * ilk ANTONYMS * antithesis, opposite TRANSLATIONS CONJUNCTION LIKE * as if; as though _It looks LIKE you've finished the project._ _It seemed LIKE you didn't care._ DERIVED TERMS * feel like, look like, seem like, sound like PREPOSITION LIKE * Somewhat similar to, reminiscent of. _These hamburgers taste LIKE leather._ ANTONYMS * unlike TRANSLATIONS PARTICLE LIKE Wikipedia * (colloquial, obsolete, current in Scots) A delayed filler. _He was so angry, like._ * (colloquial) A mild intensifier. _She was, LIKE, sooooo happy._ * (colloquial) indicating approximation or uncertainty _There were, LIKE, twenty of them._ _And then he, LIKE, got all angry and left the room._ * (colloquial, slang) When preceded by any form of the verb TO BE, used to mean “to say” or “to think”; used to precede an approximate quotation or paraphrase. _I was LIKE, “Why did you do that?” and he's LIKE, “I don't know.”_ * 2006, Lily Allen, _Knock 'Em Out_ You're just doing your own thing and some one comes out the blue, They're LIKE, "Alright" What ya saying, "Yeah can I take your digits?" And you're LIKE, "no not in a million years, you're nasty please leave me alone." SYNONYMS * (colloquial: used to precede paraphrased quotations): be all, go USAGE NOTES The use as a quotative is deliberately informal and commonly used by young people, and often combined with the use of the present tense as a narrative. Similar terms are _to go_ and _all_, as in _I go, “Why did you do that?” and he goes, “I don't know”_ and _I was all, “Why did you do that?” and he was all, “I don't know.”_

From Middle English, from Old English ġelīċ by shortening, influenced by Old Norse líkr. Cognate with alike; more distantly, with lich and -ly.

Adjective

like (comparative more like or liker, superlative most like or likest)

  1. Similar.
    My partner and I have like minds.
  2. (obsolete) likely; probable
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Adverb

like (comparative more like, superlative most like)

  1. (informal) For example, such as: to introduce an example or list of examples.
    There are lots of birds, like ducks and gulls, in this park.
  2. (archaic, colloquial) Likely.
  3. (obsolete) In a like or similar manner.
Usage notes

In formal writing, such as is preferred over like.

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Noun

like (plural likes)

  1. (sometimes as the likes of) Someone similar to a given person, or something similar to a given object; a comparative; a type; a sort.
    There were bowls full of sweets, chocolates and the like.
    It was something the likes of which I had never seen before.
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Conjunction

like

  1. as if; as though
    It looks like you've finished the project.
    It seemed like you didn't care.
Derived terms

Preposition

like

  1. Somewhat similar to, reminiscent of.
    These hamburgers taste like leather.
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Particle

like

Wikipedia

  1. (colloquial, obsolete, current in Scots) A delayed filler.
    He was so angry, like.
  2. (colloquial) A mild intensifier.
    She was, like, sooooo happy.
  3. (colloquial) indicating approximation or uncertainty
    There were, like, twenty of them.
    And then he, like, got all angry and left the room.
  4. (colloquial, slang) When preceded by any form of the verb to be, used to mean “to say” or “to think”; used to precede an approximate quotation or paraphrase.
    I was like, “Why did you do that?” and he's like, “I don't know.”
Synonyms
Usage notes

The use as a quotative is deliberately informal and commonly used by young people, and often combined with the use of the present tense as a narrative. Similar terms are to go and all, as in I go, “Why did you do that?” and he goes, “I don't know” and I was all, “Why did you do that?” and he was all, “I don't know.”

English - Anagrams

* ilke

Que a categoria em HAWAIIAN - VERB
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Hawaiian - Verb

LIKE * (stative) like, alike, similar

like

  1. (stative) like, alike, similar

Que a categoria em NORWEGIAN BOKMÅL - VERB
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Norwegian Bokmål - Verb

LIKE (_present tense_ LIKER; _past tense_ LIKTE; _past participle_ LIKT) * like

like (present tense liker; past tense likte; past participle likt)

  1. like

Que a categoria em SCOTS - VERB
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Scots - Verb

TAE LIKE (_third-person singular simple present_ LIKES, _present participle_ LIKIN, _simple past_ LIKIT, _past participle_ LIKIT) * To LIKE. * To be hesitant to do something. _I dinna LIKE._ - I'm not certain I would like to. * To love somebody or something.

tae like (third-person singular simple present likes, present participle likin, simple past likit, past participle likit)

  1. To like.
  2. To be hesitant to do something.
    I dinna like. - I'm not certain I would like to.
  3. To love somebody or something.

Que a categoria em SCOTS - ADVERB
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Scots - Adverb

LIKE (_not comparable_) * like

like (not comparable)

  1. like

Que a categoria em SCOTS - INTERJECTION
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Scots - Interjection

LIKE * (South Scots) Used to place emphasis upon a statement. _Oo jist saw it the now, LIKE._

like

  1. (South Scots) Used to place emphasis upon a statement.
    Oo jist saw it the now, like.

Que a categoria em SWEDISH - ADJECTIVE
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Swedish - Adjective

LIKE * absolute definite natural masculine form of lik.

like

  1. absolute definite natural masculine form of lik.

Que a categoria em SWEDISH - NOUN
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Swedish - Noun

LIKE

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