Bedeutung von “like” im Essential English Dictionary


verb uk /laɪk/ liking, liked

A1 to enjoy something or think that someone or something is nice:

I like to paint in my spare time.
He really likes her.
What do you like about him?
→ Opposite dislike
would like something

A1 to want something:

I’d like to meet him.
I’d like some bread, please.
would you like…?

A1 used to offer someone something:

Would you like a drink?
Would you like to eat now?
if you like

A2 used when you offer someone something:

If you like, I can drive you there.

(Definition von “like verb” aus dem Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)