be like Informal To say or utter. Used chiefly in oral narration: And he's like, "Leave me alone!”
Chiefly Southern U.S. combined with a past infinitive or with to and a simple past form to indicate being just on the point of or coming in close proximity to having done anything in past times: "i enjoy a split a gut laughin'.” "It felt as how no body had thought about measurin' the width of the bridge's openin', so we choose to did not succeed through” ( Dictionary of United states local English).
to savor, be pleased by; favor; be in benefit of.
To derive enjoyment of, by or with some one or something like that.
To like and continue maintaining (an action) as a typical habit or activity.
To find appealing; to choose the business of; to have mild enchanting emotions for.
To show help for, or approval of, some thing posted online by establishing it with a vote.
prefer or desire to do something
be keen on
look for enjoyable or acceptable
feel about or towards; consider, evaluate, or respect
Of comparable kind, look, or quality; of corresponding kind, amount, level, level, etc.; matching; equal or equivalent; analogous; agreeing in certain apparent value: as, area of love extent; two males of like pursuits and tastes.
Having similarity; comparable in any respect; resembling: followed closely by to or a dative case (sometimes by as), the word or expression influenced by to being, however, frequently omitted: as, these are generally because like (to each other) as two peas.
Synonyms Allied, cognate, analogous, parallel.
in identical or an equivalent manner; similarly; correspondingly.
in the way of; in the same manner as.
whilst were; as we say: made use of after conditions or phrases with a signification comparable to compared to like suffixed to nouns. See like, adjective, 2.
since; just as if.
To consider or explain as resembling; liken; compare.
To please; be pleasing to; be acceptable to; fit; satisfy: used impersonally, and followed by an object, initially dative, of the person.
To regard with favor; be well affected toward; be pleased with; appreciate.
To accept, as food or drink.
to-be ideal or pleasant; provide pleasure.
to-be pleased or matched; choose: made use of absolutely, but formerly occasionally followed by of.
To flourish; grow.
To be likely: chiefly or only within the preterit liked, comparable to had like. See like, adjective