- possessing the same or similar characteristics: they all look alike to me
- in the same or a similar manner, way, or degree: they walk alike
WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
a•like /əˈlaɪk/USA pronunciation adv.WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
a•like (ə līk′),USA pronunciation adv.
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
alike /əˈlaɪk/ adj (postpositive)
'alike' also found in these entries:
-enne - GMTA - analogous - approximate - aria da capo - bifacial - both - chalk - cheapie - coed - common - compare - complement - congenetic - different - dissimilar - distinct - double-ended - each - equal - fair - grandiose - half-alike - heteronym - homeoteleuton - homogeneous - homonym - homothallic - human - identical - isopod - justice - library - likeness - look-alike - muchness - noise - parallel - piece - principal - pun - regular - same - similar - soundalike - syzygy - tiara - unalike - unequal - uniform
Collocations: the [two, brothers, sisters] are (very) alike, the (two) [machines, computers, cars] are alike, are [completely, totally, quite, very much] alike, more...
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