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likeinterjection

  • ja〜みたいな、〜な感じ(表現を曖昧に和らげる間投詞)
  • enused for reducing the specificity, precision, or certainty of what is being said

Examples

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I think I might be going crazy.
2.
I hit my head really hard and I woke up in this alternate universe.
3.
And now I have a gay sidekick who's setting gay rights back, like, a hundred years.
4.
I love working the legs.
5.
Jesus!
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What is wrong with you?
2.
She picked up a bat.
3.
You can't beat up a woman.
4.
- Why not? - Because she's a woman.
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That's, like, misogynistic.
6.
You're the one being misogynistic.
7.
I ain't mentioned her gender.
8.
- Okay. - I'm a equal opportunity ass whooper.
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1.
Oh... try "password."
2.
Nope.
3.
Try 000000.
4.
No.
5.
Okay, now try 000001.
6.
Okay, I'm not doing every number.
7.
Wait, does anyone remember when it was set up?
8.
It was, like, 8 years ago?
9.
'Lord of the Rings' stuff?
10.
I don't know. I'm just trying to think of things that were happening at the time.
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I don't know what to tell you.
2.
I said, like, 500 times already I've no idea where he is.
3.
Don't know where he's headed, either.
4.
North, south, west, east, Mexico, the Moon.
5.
I don't have a clue.
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I used to be the belle of the ball.
2.
Well guess what baby, beauty fades.
3.
What are you talking about?
4.
That was, like, 2 months ago. You look exactly the same.
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Commissioner, you're not gonna believe this.
2.
What, Bruce Wayne is Batman?
3.
What?!
4.
Come on!
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Wait, you knew that?
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It's, like, super obvious.

Other meanings for like...

likeconjunction

  • jaのように
  • enas if or in the same way as
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You are a good person, Eleanor.
2.
I really hope my daughter turns out like you when she grows up.
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I had my tuxedo altered to make it tighter like you wanted.
2.
Delicious.
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Tonight's guests, strutting in like he owns the place.
2.
- It's Josh Ruben! - Yeah, uh-huh.
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I own the place.
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You cannot just break into a palace like you own the place.
2.
If you don't have anything, you have to act like you own everything.

likepreposition

  • ja〜のように、〜のような
  • ensimilar to or in the same way as someone or something
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1.
Do I look like a real pizza delivery girl?
2.
I don't know.
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This is our home! Our stuff!
2.
Look, he had it perfect just 5 minutes ago.
3.
George, you are acting like a crazy person!
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1.
Conversation is like ping-pong.
2.
I hit one and then you...
3.
What the?
4.
Oops.
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What the hell, Jerry?
2.
Look at my pot belly!
3.
I look like a pregnant baby!
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1.
Once your egg is mixed in, continue with the next.
2.
Your mix should look like this and not curdled.
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1.
I'd like to purchase some of your finest beer, please.
2.
That tastes like actual vomit.
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1.
Business is like a jungle.
2.
And I am like a tiger.
3.
And Dwight is like a monkey that stabs the tiger in the back with a stick.
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1.
Do it like this.
2.
Okay.
3.
- So like this? - It's so hard.
4.
- It's hard. - Right?
5.
- Yeah, like this. - Yeah.
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1.
April, you're like an angel with no wings.
2.
So like a person?