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liking

noun [S or U] uk   us   /ˈlaɪ.kɪŋ/
a feeling that you like someone or something; the fact of liking someone or something: She has a liking for fine wines. I'm developing quite a liking for jazz. The dessert was too sweet for my liking (= I like it less sweet).formal Is the room to your liking, Sir (= are you satisfied with it)?
Translations of “liking”
in Chinese (Traditional) 喜愛,喜歡…
in Russian симпатия…
in Turkish sevme, hoşlanma…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喜爱,喜欢…
in Polish upodobanie…
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