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Translation of "like" - English-Spanish dictionary

like

verb /laik/
to be pleased with; to find pleasant or agreeable gustar I like him very much I like the way you’ve decorated this room.
to enjoy gustar I like gardening.
likeable adjective ( likable)
(of a person) agreeable and attractive encantador He’s a likeable man who is easy to get on with.
liking noun
a taste or fondness (for) gusto por He has always had a great liking for chocolate.
satisfaction gusto Is the meal to your liking?
should/would like
want gustaría, querría I would like to say thank you Would you like a cup of tea?
take a liking to
to begin to like comenzar a gustar I’ve taken a liking to him.
Translations of “like”
in Arabic يُحِبّ…
in Korean 좋아하다…
in Malaysian suka…
in French aimer…
in Turkish sevmek, hoşlanmak, keyif almak…
in Italian piacere…
in Chinese (Traditional) 喜歡, 喜歡,喜愛, 對…反感,討厭…
in Russian нравиться, любить…
in Polish lubić…
in Vietnamese thích, ham thích…
in Portuguese gostar de, curtir…
in Thai ชอบ…
in German mögen…
in Catalan m’agrada, t’agrada, etc.…
in Japanese ~が好きだ…
in Indonesian menyukai…
in Chinese (Simplified) 喜欢, 喜欢,喜爱, 对…反感,讨厌…
(Definition of like from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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