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4.
Every third word used in the LA and Orange County areas of Southern California.
Like what time is it? Like I have no clue.

Like then I was like this and then I was like that and then I was like why are you looking at me like that and then she was like...

Like, OMG what are you doing?

Like, wtf language is that that they speak. Like, can you like answer like that like question?
by s6 July 05, 2005
 
43.
The word 'Like' - Used as a fill out word in scentences of the modern english language.
Used by almost everyone that ages in general, from about 10-25.
'Like' Is used to describe something that you dont really know how to explain.
Or to just really emphasize what you're saying.
More homework?! Like OhMyGod!

Where was that place again?
It's like down by the square, close to the mall.

I'm like so tired right now.

I got new shoes...
Yeah, they're like totaly hot!
by Hammerin March 23, 2011
 
44.
1. A button on facebook.
2. A word for having a crush.
3. Another way to say said.
4. Something some people say in between EVERYTHING.
1. Dude, I just liked every post on her wall!
2. I heard Tim totally likes you.
3. And she was all like, "Woah, you're hot!"
4. So, like, I was, like, shopping the other day, and like, this guy came up to me, and like, asked me out. Like, it was soo sketch!
by mahnameiskeri February 16, 2011
 
45.
In all its uses, "like" adds little color, and there are more descriptive words that can be substituted for almost all its uses.
1. (v) to mildly enjoy. Used by all ages.
1a. (v) To have mildly strong to strong romantic feelings for another. May imply a lack of confidence in one's self or ability to commit. Used mainly from ages 11-17.
2. (comparison) Expressing little to moderate similarity between two or more objects, people, ideas, etc. used in similes, along with synonym, as. Used by all ages.
3. (interjection) Meaningless verbal filler. Synonymous with um and uh. Usually said unintentionally, while trying to finish a statement or question after starting. Should not be used when public speaking. Used mainly by ages 11-14. Stereotypically used by tween girls.
4. (v) Said. Used mainly in past tense. As in 3, used to fill the gap made by deciding what to say. Used by 14-30
1. I liked that movie enough that I'd rent it again, but I wouldn't buy it.
1a. I like her, but I don't think I should tell her yet.
2. Tastes like chicken.
3. I was just, like, walking in the park, when he, like, totally was, like, staring at me.
4. And then I was all like, "you don't know nothin about me"
by Emily Rem October 19, 2010
 
46.
The jumjum break in speech primarily to try and think of the next line of lies to cover information and projects that are not being worked on.
I called like the department like and the like coordinator like did not ever like call me like back.
by Juan Agent February 17, 2006
 
47.
Used in place of a pause or period; primarily in California.
Like that was totally like not cool like I couldn't believe he did that like that was soo not him like yeah.
by Jerad November 29, 2003
 
48.
Like is the word used when you're having trouble telling a story. However, sometimes is used way too often. If the word is over used, you could look an uncreative douche who tells horrible stories. Like, you don't wanna, like, look like you like don't know like what you're like, saying. Like like like.
Stephen: Like you take it and like you have to like....

You get what I'm saying.
by NastyDelicious May 26, 2014
 
49.
To be used to express what someone said and the emotion they said it with...
She was like, "We are breaking up right now!"
by ralfriddle October 10, 2013