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look-alikenoun [C]

(also lookalike)  /ˈlʊk·əˌlɑɪk/
someone or something very ​similar in ​physicalappearance to someone or something ​else: an Elvis Presley lookalike
(Definition of look-alike from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “look-alike”
in Chinese (Simplified) 相貌相近的人, 外表相似的事物…
in Chinese (Traditional) 相貌相近的人, 外表相似的事物…
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