Bedeutung von “like” im Essential American English Dictionary


preposition us /lɑɪk/

A2 similar to someone or something:

He looks like his father.
They were acting like children.
It sounded like Michelle.
what is someone/something like?

A2 something you say when you want someone to describe someone or something:

I haven’t met him – what’s he like?
So what’s your new dress like?

B1 for example:

She looks best in bright colors like red and pink.

typical or characteristic of:

It’s not like you to be so quiet – are you all right?

(Definition von “like preposition” aus dem Webster's Essential Mini Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)