English to Arabic Meaning :: like

مثل, شبيه, شبه, مشابه, مماثل, شبيه ب, مجانس, نفس الشىء, مضارعتماثل, تشابه, حب, ود, مال, مال إلي
Like :
- مثلأحبالإعجابات

Show English Meaning

Noun(1) a similar kind(2) a kind of person
Verb(1) prefer or wish to do something(2) find enjoyable or agreeable(3) be fond of(4) feel about or towards; consider, evaluate, or regard(5) want to have
Adjective(1) resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination(2) equal in amount or value(3) having the same or similar characteristics(4) conforming in every respect

Show Examples

(1) Well, it's not like anything exciting is happening today, is it?(2) When they rang early on Sunday morning and broke the news to my Mum she howled like a banshee which woke me up.(3) Would you like a cup of tea while you wait?(4) He was very special to me and I would like for everybody to know what a wonderful man he was.(5) He knows what cut and colour suit him best - like pink, because it flatters his skin tone.(6) Spain or somewhere like that(7) If you don't mind, I'd really like to go home and think about all this for a while.(8) We just did not play well and you cannot afford to do that against a quality side like Australia.(9) I like big events and know how to prepare for and focus on big games and tournaments.(10) he's tired, or lazy more like!(11) At times I had to slow down because the car made it feel like you were going slower than you actually were.(12) people say things like 'sorry'(13) I'd like you to come and meet my parents.(14) I didn't like the idea of it, but the guy was just doing his job, like I was doing mine.(15) I would like to urge your readers to consider what it is they want from their NHS dental service?(16) I ran up the stairs at full speed and knocked on his door, remembering the last time that I'd come over unannounced like this.
Related Words
(1) look like ::
يبدو مثل
(2) like this ::
(3) as you like ::
كما تحب
(4) would like ::
هل تود
(5) like that ::
مثل هذا
(6) to like ::
لكى تحب
(7) just like you ::
مثلك تماما
(8) looks like ::
(9) something like that ::
شئ مثل هذا
1. similar ::
2. same ::
3. alike ::
على حد سواء
4. corresponding ::
5. equal ::
6. the like ::
7. ilk ::
8. similar to ::
مشابه ل
9. in the same way as ::
في نفس الطريقة كما
10. such as ::
11. characteristic of ::
سمة من سمات
12. be fond of ::
مولع ب
13. enjoy ::
14. choose ::
15. feel about ::
يشعر بشأن
16. wish ::
Different Forms
like, liked
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

I like this table,
and I\'m getting it.

I LIKE this table, and I'm getting it.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 16

A fly, like... Like, what do you mean?

A fly, LIKE... Like, what do you mean?

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 10

Having a man like that reside in the sept
eats away at the faith from the inside.

Having a man LIKE that reside in the sept eats away at the faith from the inside.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 3

I wish I had a friend like me.

I wish I had a friend LIKE me.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 3

but it sounded like someone
just released a kraken.

but it sounded LIKE someone just released a kraken.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 1

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