- point out the resemblance of someone or something to
verb: liken, 3rd person present: likens, gerund or present participle: likening, past tense: likened, past participle: likened
- 1. point out the resemblance of someone or something to:
they likened the reigning emperor to a god
- v.point out the resemblance of someone or something to:
- racism is likened to a contagious disease
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... them all soundly, and put them to bed. 所以，I liken myself to the old woman who lives in a shoe 是描述自己好像那個住...
They liken these to previous existence the happy fate which brings lovers together cultivated
The bestseller’s novels have been likened to _______ of Hemingway. (A) what (B) which (C) those...