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likewiseadverb

uk   us   /ˈlaɪk.waɪz/
C2 in the same way: Just water these plants twice a week, and likewise the ones in the bedroom.informal "I don't have time to spend hours preparing one dish!" "Likewise (= it's the same for me)."
Translations of “likewise”
in Korean 마찬가지로…
in Arabic كَذلِك…
in Portuguese igualmente…
in Catalan igualment, també…
in Japanese 同じように…
in Italian ugualmente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同樣,照樣,也一樣…
in Russian так же, таким же образом…
in Turkish ...ki gibi, ...olduğu gibi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同样,照样,也一样…
in Polish podobnie, tak samo…
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