like 英 [laɪk] 美 [laɪk]
v. 喜欢 prep. 像；相似
进行时:liking 过去式:liked 过去分词:liked 第三人称单数:likes 名词复数:likes
- If you like your new shoes, you are glad you bought them. If you are like your mother, you are similar to her in more ways than you probably want to admit.
- v. 喜欢
- prep. 像；相似
1. Which do you like best?
2. The world exists, whether you like it or not.
3. She's wearing a dress like mine.
4. You do it like this.
5. She's nice. I like her.
6. He ran like the wind (= very fast).
7. I like to see them enjoying themselves.
- like (adj.) "having the same characteristics or qualities" (as another), c. 1200, lik, shortening of y-lik, from Old English gelic "like, similar," from Proto-Germanic *galika- "having the same form," literally "with a corresponding body" (source also of Old Saxon gilik, Dutch gelijk, German gleich, Gothic galeiks "equally, like").
- like (n.) "a similar thing" (to another), late Old English, from like (adj.). From c. 1300 as "an equal, a match." The like "something similar" is from 1550s; the likes of is from 1630s.
- like (v.) Old English lician "to please, be pleasing, be sufficient," from Proto-Germanic *likjan (source also of Old Norse lika, Old Saxon likon, Old Frisian likia, Dutch lijken "to suit," Old High German lihhen, Gothic leikan "to please"), from *lik- "body, form; like, same."
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