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alikeadjective

 us   /əˈlɑɪk/

alike adjective (SIMILAR)

similar; like each other: You and your father don’t look very much alike.

alikeadverb [only after n, not gradable]

 us   /əˈlɑɪk/

alike adverb [only after n, not gradable] (EQUALLY)

equally; both: She received hundreds of letters of support from friends and strangers alike.
Translations of “alike”
in Arabic مُتَشابِه…
in Korean 비슷한…
in Malaysian serupa…
in French semblable…
in Turkish benzer, tıpkısı…
in Italian simile, allo stesso modo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相似的,類似的, 相像的…
in Russian похожий…
in Polish podobny…
in Vietnamese giống nhau…
in Spanish parecido…
in Portuguese parecido…
in Thai เหมือนกัน…
in German gleich…
in Catalan semblant…
in Japanese 同じように, 同様に…
in Indonesian mirip, serupa…
in Chinese (Simplified) 相似的,类似的, 相像的…
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