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like-mind·ed

(līk′mīn′dĭd)
adj.
Of the same turn of mind.

like-minded

adj
agreeing in opinions, goals, etc
ˌlike-ˈmindedly adv
ˌlike-ˈmindedness n

like′-mind′ed



adj.
having a similar or identical opinion, disposition, etc.
[1520–30]
like′-mind′ed•ly, adv.
like′-mind′ed•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.like-minded - of the same turn of mind
like, similar - resembling or similar; having the same or some of the same characteristics; often used in combination; "suits of like design"; "a limited circle of like minds"; "members of the cat family have like dispositions"; "as like as two peas in a pod"; "doglike devotion"; "a dreamlike quality"

like-minded

adjective agreeing, compatible, harmonious, in harmony, unanimous, in accord, of one mind, of the same mind, en rapport (French) the opportunity to mix with like-minded people
Translations

like-minded

[ˈlaɪkˈmaɪndɪd] ADJcon ideas afines, de igual parecer

like-minded

adjgleich gesinnt; like-minded peopleGleichgesinnte pl

like-minded

[ˌlaɪkˈmaɪndɪd] adjche la pensa allo stesso modo

like1

(laik) adjective
the same or similar. They're as like as two peas.
preposition
the same as or similar to; in the same or a similar way as. He climbs like a cat; She is like her mother.
noun
someone or something which is the same or as good etc as another. You won't see his like / their like again.
conjunction
(especially American) in the same or a similar way as. No-one does it like he does.
ˈlikely adjective
1. probable. the likely result; It's likely that she'll succeed.
2. looking etc as if it might be good, useful, suitable etc. a likely spot for a picnic; She's the most likely person for the job.
ˈlikelihood noun
probability.
ˈliken verb
to think or speak of as being similar; to compare. He likened the earth to an apple.
ˈlikeness noun
1. (a) similarity or resemblance. The likeness between them is amazing.
2. a representation of a a person etc in a photographic or painted portrait etc. That photo of Mary is a good likeness.
ˈlikewise adverb
1. in the same or a similar manner. He ignored her, and she ignored him likewise.
2. also. Mrs. Brown came, likewise Mrs. Smith.
like-ˈminded adjective
having a similar opinion or purpose.
a likely story!
I don't believe it!.
as likely as not
probably. As likely as not, he won't remember to come.
be like someone
to be typical of someone. It isn't like him to be late.(=Geç kalmak onun adeti değildir.)
feel like
to be inclined, willing or anxious to (do or have something). I don't feel like going out; I expect he feels like a cup of tea.
he etc is likely to
it is probable that he etc will. He is likely to fail.
look like
1. to appear similar to. She looks very like her mother.
2. to show the effects, signs or possibility of. It looks like rain.
not likely!
certainly not!. `Would you put your head in a lion's mouth?' `Me? Not likely!'
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