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To like something



to enjoy doing something, or to feel that someone or something is pleasant or attractive



used about things, ideas, places etc



to like something very much



to like or enjoy something very much



to like something. This word was used a lot by hippies in the 1960s

not be averse to something

to like or enjoy something, especially something that other people think is bad or harmful

can’t get enough of something

to like something very much and want a lot of it

like the sound of something

to be pleased by something that you have heard or read

be one for (doing) something

to like or enjoy something very much

eat it up

to like something so much that you want to hear or see more

dark pool

a method of financial trading in which share prices are hidden and not openly available to the public

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