Like in Gujarati ગુજરાતી
- અભિરુચિ ⇄ like gujarati
- કેમ જાણે ⇄ like gujarati
- ગમતી વસ્તુ ⇄ like gujarati
- જાણે કે ⇄ like gujarati
- જેમ–તેમ ⇄ like gujarati
- ના જેવું ⇄ like gujarati
- ના. જેવું જ બીજું માણસ અથવા વસ્તુ ⇄ like gujarati
- પ્રતિરૂપ ⇄ like gujarati
- બરોબરિયું ⇄ like gujarati
- સમાન ⇄ like gujarati
- સરખું ⇄ like gujarati
- – ના જેટલું જ. –ની જેમ ⇄ like gujarati
- – નાં લક્ષણવાળું ⇄ like gujarati
- – ને માટ ે અનુકૂળ સ ્થિતિમાં કે મિ જાજમાં. – ની જેમ – રીતે ⇄ like gujarati
Like in Marathi मराठी
- - प्रमाणे ⇄ like marathi
- - बरोबर ⇄ like marathi
- - सम ⇄ like marathi
- आवडणे ⇄ like marathi
- एकसारखे दिसणे ⇄ like marathi
- चांगले वाटणे ⇄ like marathi
- चाहणे ⇄ like marathi
- च्या प्रमाणे ⇄ like marathi
- च्या सारखे ⇄ like marathi
- च्यासारखे ⇄ like marathi
- भावणे ⇄ like marathi
- रुचणे ⇄ like marathi
- सजातीय ⇄ like marathi
- समान ⇄ like marathi
- सारखा ⇄ like marathi
- सारखे ⇄ like marathi
- हुबेहूब ⇄ like marathi
Like in English
- like ⇄ -like
(suffix added to nouns to form adjectives.)
1. like; similar to.
Ex. Daisylike = like a daisy. Doglike = similar to a dog. Wolflike = like a wolf.
2. like that of; characteristic of.
Ex. Childlike = like that of a chienglish
- like ⇄ adj. 1. similar; resembling something or each other.
Ex. His uncle promised him $10 if he could earn a like sum. She enjoys drawing, painting, and like arts. Like events will follow like actions (Thomas Hobbes). It was very like and very laughable,english
- like ⇄ adv. 1. (Informal.) probably.
Ex. Like enough it will rain.
2. in like manner.
Ex. Like as a father pitieth his children, so the Lord pitieth them that fear him (Psalms 103:13).
3. (Archaic.) to a like extent or degree.
- like ⇄ expr. and the like,
a. and so forth.
Ex. He studied music, painting, and the like.
b. and other like things.
Ex. We went to the zoo and saw tigers, lions, bears, and the like.english
- like ⇄ expr. had like, (Dialect.) came near; was about.
Ex. He had like to have been killed.english
- like ⇄ expr. like crazy. See under crazy. english
- like ⇄ expr. like to, (U.S. Dialect.) sort of; in a way.
Ex. Valda, she dropped the baby, and I like to fainted (Michael Lydon).english
- like ⇄ expr. nothing like, not nearly.
Ex. I have had nothing like a bad fall lately (G. Gambado).english
- like ⇄ expr. or the like, or other like things.
Ex. Legends glorify heroes, saints, animals, or the like.english
- like ⇄ expr. something like, about; almost.
Ex. The soldiers of the Guard ... killed something like a thousand people (Edmund Wilson).english
- like ⇄ expr. tell it (or say it) like it is, (U.S. Slang.) to speak out frankly or candidly; tell the facts without evasion or deception.
Ex. The [TV] series' intention, says Griffith, is ""to tell it like it is for the young people while remaining palataenglish
- like ⇄ expr. the like (s) of, such a person or thing as.
Ex. Are there no harems still left in Stamboul for the likes of thee to sweep and clean? (George du Maurier).english
- like ⇄ like (1), preposition, adjective, liker,likest,adverb, noun, conjunction, verb, liked,liking. english
- like ⇄ like (2), verb, liked,liking,noun. english
- like ⇄ noun liker. english
- like ⇄ noun likes, likings; preferences.
Ex. Mother knows all of my likes and dislikes.english
- like ⇄ noun 1. a person or thing like another; match; counterpart or equal.
Ex. We shall not see his like again.
2. something of similar nature.
conj. (Informal.)1. as if.
Ex. He acted like he was afraid. Drive it like you hate it, it'english
- like ⇄ prep. 1. similar; similar to; resembling something or each other.
Ex. Mary is like her sister. Our house is like theirs. A critic like you is one who fights the good fight, contending with stupidity (Robert Louis Stevenson).
2. in like mannerenglish
- like ⇄ v.i. (Dialect.) to come near.
Ex. He liked to have choked.english
- like ⇄ v.i. 1. to feel inclined; wish.
Ex. Boys like to play. Come whenever you like.
2. (Archaic.) to please; be pleasing; suit a person.
Ex. They ... looking liked, and liking loved (Scott).english
- like ⇄ v.t. (Obsolete.) to compare. english
- like ⇄ v.t. 1. to be pleased with; be satisfied with; find agreeable or congenial.
Ex. to like a place, to like a person. Baby likes milk. He shall dwell ... where it liketh him best (Deuteronomy 23:16).
2. to wish for; wish to have.
Ex. I shenglish