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Dictionary French English: like

Translation 1 - 34 of 34

ADJ   like | liker | likest
NOUN   a like | likes
VERB  to like | liked | liked ... 
SYNO   like | the like | the likes of | ilk ... 
comme {conj}
tel que {prep}like [such as]
aimer qn./qc.
to like sb./sth.
bien aimer qn./ like sb./sth.
2 Words: Others
ouaté {adj} [fig.] [ambiance]cocoon-like
tout comme {adv}just like
à l'instar de {prep}just like [following the example of]
mafieux {adj}mafia-like
2 Words: Verbs
être semblable à qn./ be like sb./sth.
ressembler à qn./ look like sb./sth.
avoir l'air de qn./ look like sb./sth.
rassembler à sound like sth. [have same sound]
traiter qn. de treat sb. like sth.
3 Words: Others
loc. comme un malade {adv} [fam.]like a madman [coll.]
3 Words: Verbs
avoir envie de (faire) feel like (doing) sth.
kiffer qn./qc. [fam.] [jeune] [aimer, apprécier]to like sb./sth. (a lot)
4 Words: Others
Je ne m'aime pas.I don't like myself.
C'est tout à fait lui !That's just like him.
Il n'y a rien de tel que qc.There is nothing like sth.
Quel temps fait-il ?What's the weather like?
Tu voudrais ... ?Would you like (to) ... ?
4 Words: Verbs
bâfrer (qc.) [fam.]to eat (sth.) like a pig
loc. aller comme un gantto fit like a glove
présenter l'aspect d'une prisonto look like a prison
dormir comme un loirto sleep like a log
jurer comme un charretier [expression]to swear like a trooper [expression]
ramer [fam.]to work like a dog [coll.]
5+ Words: Others
Il n'aime parler à personne.He does not like to speak to anybody.
VocVoy. J'aimerais six timbres à quarante-six pence.I'd like six forty-six pence stamps. [Br.]
Tu veux manger quelque chose ? [fam.]Would you like anything to eat?
5+ Words: Verbs
se sentir merveilleusement biento feel like a million dollars
loc. avoir une sale tête [fam.] [faire peur]to look like a nasty piece of work [coll.] [to look evil]
loc. avoir une sale tête [fam.] [sembler malade]to look like death warmed up [Br.] [coll.]
loc. trembler comme une feuilleto shake / tremble like a leaf
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