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Do you like my new hairstyle?
You never did like John, did you?
I like going out to parties with friends or watching TV.
I don't like talking about Eve behind her back.
He always liked to sleep late on Sundays.
Which of her novels did you like best?
What I really like about her is her sense of humor.
Jamie doesn't like it when you correct him.
How do you like your eggs?
She likes us to hand our work in on time.
I don't like to interrupt her when she's in a meeting.
I would like a large whiskey, please.
I think I'd like to leave now.
I'd like to thank everyone who made this evening a success.
I would like to hear from anyone who was in the area at the time of the robbery.
They'd like you to tell them the truth.
Would you like some cake?
What would you like for your birthday?
Would you like to go for a drink?
Would you like me to help you with your homework?
This is the American English definition of like. View British English definition of like.
a substance that scientists think exists out in space, but for which they have no direct proof
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