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.
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A word that always comes before "Oh my god" in a sentence. Usually used by girls of all ages who live in the San Fernando valley of California, which is actually a pretty cool place.
"Like, Ooooh my god, that guy is so hot!"

"Like, Ooooh my god, your pants are like so totally awesome!"

"Like, Ooooh my god!"
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A spinoff of the facebook status response. It's the equivalent of seriously loving something, WIN, love it, YES, thumbs up, so much more than like.
Mortal Kombat!!!...Scorpion, Sub-Zero and Raiden. Uh, LIKE!
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Word interjected into sentences as a form of Tourette Syndrome, in that those afflicted cannot help it. Mostly used by teenagers and people on reality TV shows. Those afflicted seem to be oblivious. Sometimes used in conjunction with the word 'um', and usually involves extensive gesticulation.
''So like I was like really thirsty, so I like um went to get like a drink of water and like um totally stepped on my botox needle. OMG!'
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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"
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1) Used to describe a fondness of something.
2) To compare simalarities between things.
3) Overused by Americans in general conversation, losing all meaning.
1) Sally really likes cooking pasta.
2) Pamela Anderson is like the English Page 3 model Jordan.
3) "So I was totally like, you cannot do that, like, that's my song."
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Like is like this word that like makes you like sound like really like stupid and like unsure of your self because your all like.... like.... like.... like.... like.... I don't know.... like.... you know, like.... you know.
Like eveyone like uses the word like... and like its always used like a little like.... incorrectly cuz like... its so overused
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