Synonyms of like in English

: like1like2

like1


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verb

1‘I rather like Colonel Maitland’

SYNONYMS
be fond of, be attached to, have a soft spot for, have a fondness for, have a liking for, have regard for, think well of, look on with favour, hold in esteem, admire, respect, esteem
be attracted to, fancy, find attractive, be keen on, be taken with
informal take a shine to, be into, rate
ANTONYMS

dislike, hate

2‘Maisie likes veal’

SYNONYMS
enjoy, have a taste for, have a preference for, have a liking for, have a weakness for, be partial to, delight in, find pleasure in, take pleasure in, be keen on, find agreeable, derive pleasure from, be pleased by, have a penchant for, have a passion for, derive satisfaction from, find enjoyable, take to, appreciate
love, adore, relish, savour, lap up, revel in
informal get a kick from of, get a kick out of, have a thing about, be into, get off on, go for, be mad about, be mad for, dig, groove on, get a charge from of, get a charge out of, get a buzz from of, get a buzz out of, get a bang out of, be hooked on, go a bundle on
ANTONYMS

dislike, hate

3‘feel free to say what you like’

SYNONYMS
choose, please, prefer, wish, want, desire, see fit, think fit, care to, fancy, be inclined, feel inclined, will
ANTONYMS

reject

4‘how would she like it if someone did that to her picture?’

SYNONYMS
feel about, regard, think about, consider

Synonyms of like in English

: like1like2

like2


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preposition

1‘you're just like a teacher’

SYNONYMS
similar to, the same as, identical to
ANTONYMS

unlike

2‘the figure landed like a cat’

SYNONYMS
in the same way as, in the manner of, in the same manner as, in the same way that, in a similar way to, after the fashion of, along the lines of, on the lines of, as, tantamount to
ANTONYMS

unlike

3‘physical decay extends across whole areas of cities like Birmingham, Glasgow, and Leeds’

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such as, for example, for instance, in particular, as, namely, viz.
ANTONYMS

except for

4‘Richard sounded mean and spiteful, which isn't like him’

SYNONYMS
characteristic of, typical of, in character with
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unlike


noun

1‘well, we shan't see his like again’

SYNONYMS
equal, match, equivalent, counterpart, opposite number, fellow, twin, mate, parallel, peer
rare compeer
ANTONYMS

inferior, superior


adjective

1‘a like situation’

SYNONYMS
similar, much the same, more or less the same, not unlike, comparable, corresponding, correspondent, resembling, alike, approximating, analogous, parallel, equivalent, cognate, related, of a kind, akin, kindred
interchangeable, indistinguishable, identical, same, matching
ANTONYMS

different, dissimilar