简明英汉词典

like
[laik]
n.
爱好, 同样的人(或物)
adj.
相似的, 同样的
vt.
喜欢, 希望, 愿意
vi.
喜欢, 希望
prep.
象, 如同
adv.
可能

美国传统词典[双解]

like
like 1
AHD:[lok]
D.J.[laik]
K.K.[la!k]
v.(动词)
likedlik.inglikes
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To find pleasant or attractive; enjoy.
喜欢:认为愉快或有吸引力;欣赏

(2)

To want to have:
想要:
would like some coffee.
想要一点儿咖啡

(3)

To feel about; regard:
感到;认为:
How do you like her nerve!
你对她的勇气怎么个看法

(4)

Archaic To be pleasing to.
【古语】 使快乐
v.intr.(不及物动词)

(1)

To have an inclination or a preference:
偏好,愿意:
If you like, we can meet you there.
如果你愿意的话,我们在那儿接你

(2)

Scots To be pleased.
【苏格兰】 高兴
n.(名词)
Something that is liked; a preference:
喜爱的东西;爱好:
made a list of his likes and dislikes.
把他喜好和讨厌的东西列了一张表

语源

(1)

Middle English liken
中古英语 liken

(2)

from Old English lon [to please] * see lok-
源自 古英语 lon [使高兴] *参见 lok-

参考词汇

(1)

likeloveenjoyrelishfancydote

(2)

These verbs mean to be attracted to or to find agreeable.
这些动词都指被吸引或觉得愉悦。

(3)

Like, the least forceful, suggests mere interest, approval, or favor:
Like 是强度最弱的一个,表示单纯的兴趣、满意或好感:
“I may like him well enough; but you don't love your servants” (Harriet Beecher Stowe).
“我可能喜欢 他到了一定程度;但你不可能 爱 上你的仆人” (哈丽特·比彻·斯托)。

(4)

Love implies a strong attachment or intense affection and deep involvement on an emotional level:
Love 暗示了强烈的依恋或感情和深深的不可自拔:
“All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them” (Oliver Goldsmith).
“爱他的人反而因他的错误更爱” (奥利弗·戈德史密斯)。

(5)

Enjoy is applied to what gives personal satisfaction or pleasure:
Enjoy 用来指可给予人们满足或愉悦感的东西:
“There are two things to aim at in life: first, to get what you want; and after that, to enjoy it” (Logan Pearsall Smith).
“人的一生必须以这两件事为目标:第一,要得到你想要的;然后享用它” (洛根·皮尔萨尔·史密斯)。

(6)

Relish applies to what moves one to keen or zestful appreciation:
Relish 用于那些使人激烈或狂热欣赏的:
“Every great and original writer . . . must himself create the taste by which he is to be relished” (William Wordsworth). One fancies what appeals to one's taste, inclination, imagination, or notion of what a person or thing should be:
“任何伟大有创造力的作家……都必须创造出自己欣赏的风格” (威廉·华滋华斯)。一个人fancies 喜欢人或事物本身所适合自己的口味、爱好、想象或观点:
She fancies elegant clothes and jewelry.
她热衷于高雅的时装和珠宝。
Caviar is a delicacy, but few children fancy it.
鱼子酱是一种精美的食品,但只有很少孩子喜欢它。

(7)

Dote implies foolish, extravagant attachment:
Dote 指愚蠢的、过份的依恋:
He dotes on his grandchildren and indulges their every whim.
他溺爱自己的孙辈,并且满足他们的任何想法”

基本词义

like
like 2
AHD:[lok]
D.J.[laik]
K.K.[la!k]
prep.(介词)

(1)

Possessing the characteristics of; resembling closely; similar to.
相似,类似:具有…的特点;相象;相似

(2)

In the typical manner of:
象:以…的典型方式:
It's not like you to take offense.
你不象会发脾气的人

(3)

In the same way as:
以与…同样的方式:
lived like royalty.
过着帝王般的生活

(4)

Inclined or disposed to:
想要:倾向,有意于:
felt like running away.
想要逃跑

(5)

As if the probability exists for:
象要:似有…的可能性:
looks like a bad year for farmers.
看起来象农民的欠收年

(6)

Such as; for example:
例如;象一样:
saved things like old newspapers and pieces of string.
收集起来的如旧报纸和绳子之类的东西
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Possessing the same or almost the same characteristics; similar:
想似的:具有相同或几乎相同的特点;相近的:
on this and like occasions.
这种和类似情况下

(2)

Alike:
相象的:
They are as like as two siblings.
他们象是亲兄弟

(3)

Having equivalent value or quality. Usually used in negative sentences:
相等(价值,质量):有相同价值或质量的。通常用于否定句中:
There's nothing like a good night's sleep.
没什么比睡一夜好觉更舒服
adv.(副词)

(1)

In the manner of being; as if. Used as an intensifier of action:
像…似的,如同:以某种方式;好象。用于激励行动:
worked like hell; ran like crazy.
拼命工作;发疯似的跑

(2)

Informal Probably; likely:
【非正式用语】 可能;也许:
Like as not she'll change her mind.
很可能她会改主意

(3)

Non-Standard Used to provide emphasis or a pause:
【非标准用语】 用于加强或停顿:
Like let's get going.
任我们放纵
n.(名词)

(1)

One similar to or like another. Used with the :
相似物。和the 连用:
was subject to coughs, asthma, and the like.
易得咳嗽、气喘等类似的病

(2)

Often likes Informal An equivalent or similar person or thing; an equal or match:
常作 likes 【非正式用语】 相似之人,相似之物:相同或类似的人或物;相同之物,对等物:
I've never seen the likes of this before. We'll never see his like again.
我从没见过这样的事。我们将不会再见到他这类人物
conj.Usage Problem (连接词)【用法疑难】

(1)

In the same way that; as:
以同样方式:象:
To dance like she does requires great discipline.
要跳得象她那样好得大量的训练

(2)

As if:
似乎:
It looks like we'll finish on time.
看起来我们似乎能够按时完成

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from like [similar] from Old English geloc Old Norse lor
源自 like [相似的] 源自 古英语 geloc 古斯堪的纳维亚语 lor

(3)

and from like [similarly] from Old English geloe from geloc [similar] * see lok-
并源自 like [相似地] 源自 古英语 geloe 源自 geloc [相似的] *参见 lok-

用法
Writers since Chaucer's time have used like as a conjunction, but 19th-century and 20th-century critics have been so vehement in their condemnations of this usage that a writer who uses the construction in formal style risks being accused of illiteracy or worse. Prudence requires The dogs howled as (not like ) we expected them to. Likeis more acceptably used as a conjunction in informal style with verbs such as feel, look, seem, sound, and taste, as in It looks like we are in for a rough winter. But here too as if is to be preferred in formal writing. There can be no objection to the use of like as a conjunction when the following verb is not expressed, as in He took to politics like a duck to water. See Usage Note at as 1together
自乔叟年代起,作家就把like 当作连接词用, 但19世纪和20世纪的批评家强烈谴责这种用法,在正式文体中使用这种结构的作家就有可能被指责为文盲或者更糟。为谨慎起见,就写狗不象 (而不是 like ) 我们想的那样叫。 Like在非正式文体中可作为连词和动词如 feel, look, seem, sound 及 taste 连用, 如在看起来我们将有一个难熬的冬天 中。 但这句如果出现于正式文体中人们更倾向于用as if 。 如果其后的动词无明确含义时,将like 作为连接词是不会有任何异议的, 如他对政治简直是如鱼得水 参见 as1together

基本词义

like
like 3
AHD:[lok] 也作 liked [lokt]
D.J.[laik]也作 liked [laikt]
K.K.[la!k]也作 liked [la!kt]
v.aux.Chiefly Southern U.S. (助动词)【多用于美国南部】
To be just on the point of; be or come near to:
几乎:处于临界点;在或靠近:
I like to have killed him when he said that.
当他说那事时我几乎要杀了他

语源

(1)

Middle English liken [to compare]
中古英语 liken [比较]

(2)

from like [similar] * see like 2
源自 like [相似的,类似的] *参见 like2

现代英汉词典

like 1
[laIk]
adj.
more like, most like
相像的,相似的

词性变化

like
prep.

(1)

如同,像,和…一样
I wish I could sing like her.
我希望能像她那样唱歌。
Mary's dress is red, like mine.
玛丽的衣服是红色的,和我的一样。

(2)

例如,诸如
There are several people interested, like Mr Jones and Mr Simpson.
许多人很有兴趣,诸如琼斯先生和辛普森先生。

习惯用语

feel like
想要

look like
似乎,好像

词性变化

like
n.

(1)

相似的人,同样的物
I've never seen its like.
我从来没有见过这样的人。

(2)

(前面与the连用)相似的物,同类物品

like
conj.
如同,和…一样
Do you make bread like you make cakes?
你做面包的方法是不是和做点心一样?

基本词义

like 2
[laIk]
vt.
liked, liking

(1)

喜欢;爱好
I like bananas.
我喜欢香蕉。
Do you like your teacher?
你喜欢你们的老师吗?

(2)

希望;想
I'd like to see you.
我想见到你。

词性变化

like
n. (pl) 爱好

现代英汉综合大辞典

like
[laik]
vt.

(1)

喜欢, 爱好

(2)

[常与should, would连用]欲, 想, 愿意, 希望

(3)

适合于

(4)

感觉
He likes swimming.
他喜欢游泳。
I don't like to disturb you.
我不想打扰你。
I like lobster but it does not like me.
我喜欢吃龙虾, 但它不适宜于我的健康。
l should like to stay here.
我想留在这里。
How do you like this book?
你觉得这本书怎么样?

词性变化

like
[laik]
vi.

(1)

喜欢, 愿意, 希望

(2)

赞同(of, with)
Go whenever you like.
你随便什么时候去都可以。

like
[laik]
n.
[常用复]爱好, 嗜好

习惯用语

as you like
随你的便

I like that !
[口]说得好听! 亏你说得出口!

if you don't like it, you may lump it.
[口]你不高兴, 也得容忍一下。

lf you like

(1)

如果你愿意的话

(2)

也许, 真的

one's likes and dislikes
一个人的好恶; 爱憎

like it or not
不管你真喜欢不喜欢

英文相关词典

like
appreciate    be fond of    care for    enjoy    fancy    go for    prefer    dislike    hate    unlike    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

like
喜爱;象那样的;像;合意

美国传统词典

like
like 1
AHD:[lok]
D.J.[laik]
K.K.[la!k]
v.
liked, lik.ing, likes
v.tr.

(1)

To find pleasant or attractive; enjoy.

(2)

To want to have:
would like some coffee.

(3)

To feel about; regard:
How do you like her nerve!

(4)

Archaic To be pleasing to.
v.intr.

(1)

To have an inclination or a preference:
If you like, we can meet you there.

(2)

Scots To be pleased.
n.
Something that is liked; a preference:
made a list of his likes and dislikes.

语源

(1)

Middle English liken

(2)

from Old English lon [to please] * see lok-

参考词汇

(1)

like, love, enjoy, relish, fancy, dote

(2)

These verbs mean to be attracted to or to find agreeable.

(3)

Like, the least forceful, suggests mere interest, approval, or favor:
“I may like him well enough; but you don't love your servants” (Harriet Beecher Stowe).

(4)

Love implies a strong attachment or intense affection and deep involvement on an emotional level:
“All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for them” (Oliver Goldsmith).

(5)

Enjoy is applied to what gives personal satisfaction or pleasure:
“There are two things to aim at in life: first, to get what you want; and after that, to enjoy it” (Logan Pearsall Smith).

(6)

Relish applies to what moves one to keen or zestful appreciation:
“Every great and original writer . . . must himself create the taste by which he is to be relished” (William Wordsworth). One fancies what appeals to one's taste, inclination, imagination, or notion of what a person or thing should be:
She fancies elegant clothes and jewelry.
Caviar is a delicacy, but few children fancy it.

(7)

Dote implies foolish, extravagant attachment:
He dotes on his grandchildren and indulges their every whim.

基本词义

like
like 2
AHD:[lok]
D.J.[laik]
K.K.[la!k]
prep.

(1)

Possessing the characteristics of; resembling closely; similar to.

(2)

In the typical manner of:
It's not like you to take offense.

(3)

In the same way as:
lived like royalty.

(4)

Inclined or disposed to:
felt like running away.

(5)

As if the probability exists for:
looks like a bad year for farmers.

(6)

Such as; for example:
saved things like old newspapers and pieces of string.
adj.

(1)

Possessing the same or almost the same characteristics; similar:
on this and like occasions.

(2)

Alike:
They are as like as two siblings.

(3)

Having equivalent value or quality. Usually used in negative sentences:
There's nothing like a good night's sleep.
adv.

(1)

In the manner of being; as if. Used as an intensifier of action:
worked like hell; ran like crazy.

(2)

Informal Probably; likely:
Like as not she'll change her mind.

(3)

Non-Standard Used to provide emphasis or a pause:
Like let's get going.
n.

(1)

One similar to or like another. Used with the :
was subject to coughs, asthma, and the like.

(2)

Often likes Informal An equivalent or similar person or thing; an equal or match:
I've never seen the likes of this before. We'll never see his like again.
conj.Usage Problem

(1)

In the same way that; as:
To dance like she does requires great discipline.

(2)

As if:
It looks like we'll finish on time.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from like [similar] from Old English geloc Old Norse lor

(3)

and from like [similarly] from Old English geloe from geloc [similar] * see lok-

用法
Writers since Chaucer's time have used like as a conjunction, but 19th-century and 20th-century critics have been so vehement in their condemnations of this usage that a writer who uses the construction in formal style risks being accused of illiteracy or worse. Prudence requires The dogs howled as (not like ) we expected them to. Likeis more acceptably used as a conjunction in informal style with verbs such as feel, look, seem, sound, and taste, as in It looks like we are in for a rough winter. But here too as if is to be preferred in formal writing. There can be no objection to the use of like as a conjunction when the following verb is not expressed, as in He took to politics like a duck to water. See Usage Note at as 1together

基本词义

like
like 3
AHD:[lok] also liked [lokt]
D.J.[laik]also liked [laikt]
K.K.[la!k]also liked [la!kt]
v.aux.Chiefly Southern U.S.
To be just on the point of; be or come near to:
I like to have killed him when he said that.

语源

(1)

Middle English liken [to compare]

(2)

from like [similar] * see like 2

英汉船舶大词典

like
n.似

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

like
【修】类(似)(名词后缀用)

英汉航海大词典

like
n.喜爱,似

英汉航空大词典

like
n.喜欢,愿意

英汉化学大词典

like
vt.喜欢,希望;prep.象,同样的,相象

英汉海运大词典

like
同类物相象的,相同的,同类的

基本词义

like
同类物n.同类物相象的,相同的,同类的

英汉经贸大词典

like
n.喜爱

英汉计算机大词典

like
vt.喜欢(希望);prep.象(同样的,相象)

英汉心理学大词典

like
爱好

基本词义

like
相似

英汉中医大词典

like
n.像,如同,喜

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