Definition of 'unlike'
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Unlike many of their colleagues, they were not just working in ivory towers. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But unlike many others, he pretended he did. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Unlike many, he wore his learning lightly, with great modesty. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Unlike many in the world of football, their relationship hasn't been rocked by a cheating scandal. The Sun (2016)The only problem is, not unlike many government announcements, the claim has a hint of smoke and mirrors. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Unlike so many murder stories that deal exclusively with the'who? Times, Sunday Times (2007)Unlike many properties, you can hold stag or hen parties here but no fireworks are allowed. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Unlike many other prescription masks, they are the same distance from the eyes as normal specs. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Unlike many hotels, most health resorts are very conscientious about putting lone visitors at ease. The A-Z of Beauty Treatment (1994)Unlike many other vitamins, B12 is rarely found in fruit and veg. The Sun (2012)This time, unlike so many others, they were of joy. Times, Sunday Times (2016)For them, unlike many of us, father does not have good connotations. Christianity Today (2000)But unlike many of its rivals, the company has always ensured off-road capability is a key feature. The Sun (2016)
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Translations for 'unlike'
British English: unlike /ʌnˈlaɪk/ PREPOSITION
If one thing is unlike another thing, the two things are different.
You're so unlike your father!
- American English: unlike
- Arabic: مُخْتَلِفٌ عَنْ
- Brazilian Portuguese: ao contrário de
- Chinese: 和...不同
- Croatian: za razliku od
- Czech: na rozdíl od
- Danish: til forskel fra
- Dutch: in tegenstelling tot
- European Spanish: diferente de
- Finnish: toisin kuin
- French: contrairement à
- German: anders als
- Greek: διαφορετικός
- Italian: diverso da
- Japanese: ･･･と違って
- Korean: ...과는 다른
- Norwegian: i motsetning til
- Polish: w odróżnieniu od
- European Portuguese: ao contrário de
- Romanian: diferit
- Russian: в отличие от
- Spanish: diferente de
- Swedish: olik
- Thai: ไม่เหมือน
- Turkish: farklı olarak
- Ukrainian: на відміну від
- Vietnamese: không giống
Definition of unlike from the Collins English Dictionary
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