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5 Translation results for like in Spanish

preposition | verb | adjective | noun | conjunction

like preposition

unfavorite favorite play sound
como, parecido a; propio de, típico de

Example sentences of
like preposition

  • The house looks like a barn.
  • It's like when we were kids.
  • She's not at all like her sister.
  • The baby is more like his mother than his father.
  • “Who is he like?” “He's not like anyone I've ever met before.”

like verb

unfavorite favorite play sound
liked, has liked, is liking, likes
agradar, gustarle (algo a uno); querer, desear

Example sentences of
like verb

  • He likes baseball, but he loves football.
  • Do you like Mexican food?
  • I liked the movie a lot more than I thought I would.
  • I don't know what it is about that guy, but I just don't like him.
  • They were political allies who truly liked each other.
  • What is it that you like or dislike about him most?
  • She says she likes him as a friend but she's not attracted to him.
  • My boss was a tough guy, but I liked him for his honesty.

Synonyms of
like verb

like adjective

unfavorite favorite play sound
parecido, semejante, similar

Example sentences of
like adjective

  • you're not talking about like things when you compare football and golf

Detailed synonyms for like adjective

See: Similar

like noun

unfavorite favorite play sound
likes
preferencia, gusto

Synonyms of
like noun

like conjunction

unfavorite favorite play sound
como si; como, igual que

Example sentences of
like conjunction

  • it looks like it's going to rain at any moment

Synonyms of
like conjunction

Related phrases for like

Reverse translation for like

como  - like, as 
agradar  - to be pleasing 
gustarle  (algo a uno)
querer  - to want, to desire, to love, to like, to be fond of, 
desear  - to wish, to want, to desire 
parecido  - similar, alike 
semejante  - similar, alike, such 
similar  - similar, alike 
preferencia  - preference, priority 
gusto  - flavor, taste, taste, style, pleasure, liking, whim, fancy 
como  - how, as, since, given that, if 
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