Learn how to say Liked correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word like:
1find agreeable, enjoyable, or satisfactory:
all his classmates liked him
[with present participle]:
people who don’t like reading books
I like to be the centre of attention
indicate one’s liking or approval of (a web page or posting on a social media website) by means of a particular icon or link:
more than 15,000 Facebook users had liked his page by Monday morning
2wish for; want:
would you like a cup of coffee?
I’d like to hire a car
[with object and infinitive]:
I’d like you to stay
(would like to do something) used as a polite formula:
we would like to apologize for the late running of this service
(not like doing/to do something) feel reluctant to do something:
I don’t like leaving her on her own too long
choose to have (something); prefer:
how do you like your coffee?
[in questions] feel about or regard (something):
how would you like it if it happened to you?
the things one likes or prefers:
a wide variety of likes, dislikes, tastes, and income levels
an instance of indicating one’s liking or approval of a web page or posting on a social media website:
pages that rank well are likely to receive high numbers of likes because they are highly visible in the search engines