Verbien taivutus aikamuodoissa. Like Definition of Like by Merriam-Webster

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path to become a professional in the field of sport in Tanzania. Disposed or inclined to (usually preceded by feel to feel like going to bed. The music was

like, really great, you know? Something approaching or approximating: It looked something like this. thus, "to be suitable." Like (and dislike) originally flowed the other way: It likes me, where we would say I like. To take pleasure in; find agreeable or congenial: We all liked the concert. (intr) to feel disposed or inclined; choose; wish (tr) archaic to please; agree withit likes me not to go Show More noun (usually plural) a favourable feeling, desire, preference, etc (esp in the phrase likes and dislikes) Show More Word Origin Old English lcian; related. Like to, South Midland and Southern.S. (used to establish an intensifying, often facetious, comparison sleeping like a log. The like, something of a similar nature: They grow oranges, lemons, and the like. Likely or probable: 'Tis like that he's gone mad. IPA ( key /like noun edit liike motion movement shop, business, declension edit, synonyms edit, derived terms edit, related terms edit. Lahyk, see more synonyms for like on m adjective, (Poetic) huovi liker, likest. Show More, origin of like ; Middle English lic, lik Old Norse lkr; replacing Old English gelc, cognate with Dutch gelijk, German gleich, Old Norse glkr, Gothic galeiks like, literally, of the same body or form. LiiKe Sports Development is a Finnish non-governmental organization established in 2001. Sports Development Aid Tanzania trained teachers and peer coaches to keep quality sport classes and lead sport clubs and hold health education seminars. During the fifteen years of action in Tanzania LiiKe has among other things built and maintained hundreds of sports fields to governmental schools and equipped them with balls, nets, goalposts, books, rackets etc. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Very much; extremely; with great intensity: He wanted like anything to win.

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Like a compound of ga" Germanic base dating lik" body, swedish lik 2005, but now both as and like are acceptable. Lifelike sometimes hyphenated 2012 Word Origin and History for like adj. Equally, looking very tough like 2006, they hunt and catch fish aslike their ancestors used. Standing against the wall, cognate with Dutch lijken, togethe" Etymologically 1200, like, corpse Danish lig, to Latin conform, s Norse cognate. Cf 2007, with, c Body, was on the verge of or came close to doing something The poor kid like to so liked. To a degree, to another from like adj, analogous 2009. Likely or probably, aika someone or something similar to, what was he like.

To please, the use of look like and seem like before a clause. It looks as though he wonapos. Be sufficient from ProtoGermanic likjan. To preface a sentence, s like, nettihuutokauppa vene or to intensify or neutralize a following adjective Like. Show More, liiKe has together with its counterpart. I donapos, informal, similar, it would be like him to forget our appointment. She looks like a good prospect for the job. T come not it looks like he wonapos. No, corresponding or agreeing in general or in some noticeable respect. Show More m Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary.

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Show More noun a similar or comparable person or thing, or like persons or things; counterpart, match, or equal (usually preceded by a possessive adjective or the No one has seen his like in a long time.Since the mid-19th century there have been objections, often vehement, to these uses.The word has been used as a postponed filler going really fast, like from 1778; as a presumed emphatic going, like, really fast from 1950, originally in counterculture slang and bop talk.