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likewiseadverb [not gradable]

 us   /ˈlɑɪk·wɑɪz/
in the same way or manner; similarly: We put up a fence, and other neighbors did likewise.
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Translations of “likewise”
in Arabic كَذلِك…
in Korean 마찬가지로…
in Portuguese igualmente…
in Catalan igualment, també…
in Japanese 同じように…
in Chinese (Simplified) 同样,照样,也一样…
in Turkish ...ki gibi, ...olduğu gibi…
in Russian так же, таким же образом…
in Chinese (Traditional) 同樣,照樣,也一樣…
in Italian ugualmente…
in Polish podobnie, tak samo…
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