alike美 [ə'laɪk] 英 [ə'laɪk]
My sister and I do not look alike.
in a very similar way
They tried to treat all their children alike.
used after you have referred to two people or groups, to mean ‘both’ or ‘equally’
Good management benefits employers and employees alike.
similar in appearance or character
if people or things are alike, they are similar in some way
in a similar or the same way
used for referring to two people or things equally
They're really trying to explore the idea that the clones may be genetically identical but not alike in any other way.
Can't I make you see that a marriage can't go on in any sort of peace unless the people are alike!
Mr Widmer said the fundamental market dynamics for many of the base metals, non-exchange and exchange traded alike, had been similar.
Perry. They were alike too, in a general benevolence of temper, and a strong habit of regard for every old acquaintance.
Dictatorships and democracies alike seem to be dismissive of American leadership.
After all, if people from a given race all seem to look alike, then it's not so hard to believe that they are similar in other ways too.
Paul had never talked about sort of The Lord's Supper as being something alike a sacrifice.
Punters and censors alike warm to family films and movies that seem to reflect China's central place in the world.
We have been a leader in expanding an open trading system. That has underwritten the growth of other developed and emerging markets alike.
If you were to make many of these convenience foods yourself, from scratch, you would see that they don't really taste anything alike.