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look-a·like

also look·a·like (lo͝ok′ə-līk′)
n.
One that closely resembles another; a double.

lookalike

(ˈlʊkəˌlaɪk)
n
a. a person, esp a celebrity, or thing that is the double of another
b. (as modifier): a lookalike Minister; a lookalike newspaper.
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lookalike

noun double, twin, clone, replica, spit (informal, chiefly Brit.), ringer (slang), spitting image (informal), dead ringer (slang), living image, exact match, spit and image (informal) a Marilyn Monroe lookalike
Translations
dvojník

lookalike

[ˈlʊkəˌlaɪk] Ndoble mf

lookalike

look-alike [ˈlʊkəlaɪk] nsosie m
a Marilyn Monroe look-alike → un sosie de Marilyn Monroe

lookalike

[ˈlʊkəˌlaɪk] nsosia m/f
References in classic literature ?
Her face had a bright olive tone, and seemed to have a golden mica in its composition.
They test every tiny disc of mica, and throw away nine out of ten.
The garden, about half an acre in size, is margined by the Brillante, so named from the particles of mica which sparkle in its bed elsewhere than in the Val- Noble, where its shallow waters are stained by the dyehouses, and loaded with refuse from the other industries of the town.
The mica dust from the shore, rising under our feet, flew like a cloud of sparks.
When other pilgrims reached the cliff, they found only an opaque stone, with particles of mica glittering on its surface.
Near to this stream there is a small mountain of mica slate, including garnets.
Then a piece of mica, or a little pool, or even a highly-polished leaf will flash like a heliograph.
Glittering particles of mica were visible in the earth about it--vestiges of its decomposition.
His little eyes glittered like mica discs--with curiosity, --though he tried to keep up a bit of superciliousness.
He stood there for a moment in the moonlight with his deli- cate hooked nose set a little askew, and his mica eyes glittering without a wink, then, with a curt Good night, he strode off.
The shores of Earraid were close in; I could see in the moonlight the dots of heather and the sparkling of the mica in the rocks.
cried the little girl enthusiastically, holding up two glittering fragments of mica.