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like·wise

 (līk′wīz′)
adv.
1. In the same way; similarly: "Some have little power to do good, and have likewise little strength to resist evil" (Samuel Johnson).
2. As well; also.

likewise

(ˈlaɪkˌwaɪz)
adv
1. in addition; moreover; also
2. in like manner; similarly

like•wise

(ˈlaɪkˌwaɪz)

adv.
1. moreover; in addition; also; too.
2. in like manner; in the same way; similarly: I'm tempted to do likewise.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.likewise - in like or similar manner; "He was similarly affected"; "some people have little power to do good, and have likewise little strength to resist evil"- Samuel Johnson
2.likewise - in additionlikewise - in addition; "he has a Mercedes, too"
3.likewise - equally; "parents and teachers alike demanded reforms"

likewise

adverb
1. also, too, as well, further, in addition, moreover, besides, furthermore All their attempts were spurned. Similar offers from the right were likewise rejected.
2. similarly, the same, in the same way, in similar fashion, in like manner He made donations and encouraged others to do likewise.

likewise

adverb
Translations
أيْضابالطَّريقَةِ نَفْسِها
stejně taktéž
ligeledes
hasonlóképpen
eins, líkasömuleiîis
prav tako
aynı şekildede/da

likewise

[ˈlaɪkwaɪz] ADV (= also) → asimismo, igualmente, también; (= the same) → lo mismo, igualmente
likewise it is true thatasimismo es verdad que ...
to do likewisehacer lo mismo

likewise

[ˈlaɪkwaɪz] adv
(= similarly) → de même
to do likewise (= do the same) → faire de même

likewise

advebenso, gleichermaßen; he did likewiseer machte es ebenso, er tat das Gleiche; in Italy there is a national dish, likewise in Francein Italien gibt es, ebenso wie in Frankreich, ein Nationalgericht; my wife is well, the children likewisemeiner Frau geht es gut und den Kindern auch; have a nice weekend — likewiseschönes Wochenende! — danke gleichfalls!; I’m going to the cinema tonight — likewiseich gehe heute Abend ins Kino — ich auch

likewise

[ˈlaɪkˌwaɪz] adv (similarly) → nello or allo stesso modo; (also) → anche; (moreover) → inoltre, per di più
to do likewise → fare altrettanto

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!'
References in classic literature ?
It it she kept her papers, and a few books, safely shut away from Scrabble, who, being likewise of a literary turn, was fond of making a circulating library of such books as were left in his way by eating the leaves.
The latter, likewise, remained by themselves, though they knew doubtless that there was likely to be a strenuous race for the possession of the idol of gold, then, it was presumed, buried deep in some forest-covered city.
He took off his hat, and the other men did likewise.
But seeing that our host sets us the good example of forgetting ceremony, I shall likewise throw it aside, and make free to intrude on his privacy.
It will be seen, likewise, that this Custom-House sketch has a certain propriety, of a kind always recognised in literature, as explaining how a large portion of the following pages came into my possession, and as offering proofs of the authenticity of a narrative therein contained.
Grose, since then, in the way of manners and things, had done as she could for Flora; and there were, further, a cook, a housemaid, a dairywoman, an old pony, an old groom, and an old gardener, all likewise thoroughly respectable.
Likewise, there was a parcel of outlandish bone fish hooks on the shelf over the fire-place, and a tall harpoon standing at the head of the bed.
And likewise call to mind that saying of paracelsus about what it is that maketh the best musk.
Marianne's eagerness to be gone declared her dependence on finding him there; and Elinor was resolved not only upon gaining every new light as to his character which her own observation or the intelligence of others could give her, but likewise upon watching his behaviour to her sister with such zealous attention, as to ascertain what he was and what he meant, before many meetings had taken place.
They are likewise of special use to husbands and wives who are grown weary of their mates; to eldest sons, to great ministers of state, and often to princes.
This was plainly the archer, for he flourished his bow aloft, and likewise bore a sword at his side, though for all that he looked a mere lad.
To this I likewise added much respecting the substance, the situation, the motions, and all the different qualities of these heavens and stars; so that I thought I had said enough respecting them to show that there is nothing observable in the heavens or stars of our system that must not, or at least may not appear precisely alike in those of the system which I described.