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Meaning of “liking” - Learner’s Dictionary

liking

noun     /ˈlaɪkɪŋ/
[no plural] a feeling that you like someone or something: He has a liking for young women.Liking
take a liking to sb
to like someone immediately: He obviously took a liking to her.Liking
be too bright/sweet, etc for your liking
to be brighter/sweeter, etc than you likeToo much and unnecessary
be to sb's liking formal
to be the way that someone prefers something: Is the wine to your liking, sir?Liking
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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