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like [liked, liked, liking, likes] (enjoy)
verb
[UK: ˈlaɪk]
[US: ˈlaɪk]

piacere averb

like [liked, liked, liking, likes] (find attractive)
verb
[UK: ˈlaɪk]
[US: ˈlaɪk]

piacereverb

like (similar to)
preposition

comepreposition

qualepreposition

like (similar)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk]
[US: ˈlaɪk]

simileadjective

like (something that a person likes)
noun
[UK: ˈlaɪk]
[US: ˈlaɪk]

preferenzanoun
{f}

like a bull in a china shop (clumsily, aggressively)
adverb

come un elefante in una cristalleriaadverb

like a bull in a china shop (clumsy, aggressive)
adjective

come un elefante in una cristalleriaadjective

like father, like son (a son will have traits similar to his father)
phrase

tale figliophrase

tale padrephrase

like-minded (of similar opinion)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk ˈmaɪn.dɪd]
[US: ˈlaɪk ˈmaɪn.dəd]

affiniadjective

con lo stesso pensieroadjective

like mother, like daughter (a daughter will have traits similar to her mother)
phrase

tale figliaphrase

tale madrephrase

like that (in that particular manner)
preposition

cosìpreposition

like turkeys voting for Christmas (of an action: self-defeating or serving to bring about a situation detrimental to the person performing the action)
phrase

darsi la zappa sui piediphrase

likely [likelier, likeliest] (appropriate; believable; having a good potential)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk.li]
[US: ˈlaɪk.li]

promettenteadjective

likely [likelier, likeliest] (attractive; pleasant)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk.li]
[US: ˈlaɪk.li]

piacevoleadjective

likely [likelier, likeliest] (displaying the qualities or characteristics that make something probable)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk.li]
[US: ˈlaɪk.li]

adattoadjective

likely [likelier, likeliest] (plausible; within the realm of credibility)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk.li]
[US: ˈlaɪk.li]

verosimileadjective

likely [likelier, likeliest] (probable; having a greater-than-even chance of occurring)
adjective
[UK: ˈlaɪk.li]
[US: ˈlaɪk.li]

probabileadjective

likelihood [likelihoods] (probability)
noun
[UK: ˈlaɪk.lɪ.hʊd]
[US: ˈlaɪk.li.hʊd]

verisimiglianzanoun
{f}

verosimiglianzanoun
{f}

likewise (in like manner)
adverb
[UK: ˈlaɪk.waɪz]
[US: ˈlaɪk.waɪz]

similarmenteadverb

ugualmenteadverb

likewise (the same to you)
adverb
[UK: ˈlaɪk.waɪz]
[US: ˈlaɪk.waɪz]

altrettantoadverb

idemadverb

a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle (a woman is capable of living a complete and independent life)
phrase

una donna senza un uomo è come un pesce senza biciclettaphrase

alike (having resemblance; similar)
adjective
[UK: ə.ˈlaɪk]
[US: ə.ˈlaɪk]

simileadjective

alike (tn the same manner, form, or degree; equally)
adverb
[UK: ə.ˈlaɪk]
[US: ə.ˈlaɪk]

similmenteadverb

ugualmenteadverb

animal-like (resembling an animal)
adjective

animalescoadjective

avoid like the plague (to evade or shun)
verb

evitare come la pesteverb

catlike (resembling a cat)
adjective
[UK: ˈkæt.laɪk]
[US: ˈkæˌt.laɪk]

felinoadjective

gattescoadjective

clownlike (resembling a clown)
adjective

buffonescoadjective
{m}

clownescoadjective
{m}

pagliaccescoadjective
{m}

dislike [dislikes] (feeling of distaste)
noun
[UK: dɪs.ˈlaɪk]
[US: ˌdɪs.ˈlaɪk]

antipatianoun
{f}

avversionenoun
{f}

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