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what are you like?

(also what is she/he like?) UK informal
used when someone has said or done something silly: "Of course Emma's only worry was whether her lipstick had smudged." "Emma! What is she like?"
Translations of “what are you like?”
in Chinese (Traditional) (用於表示某人的言行很愚蠢)…怎麽這個樣子?…
in Chinese (Simplified) (用于表示某人的言行很愚蠢)…怎么这个样子?…
(Definition of what are you like? from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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