Definición de liking

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He notched his fifth win in little more than a year at Stratford last month but he does have a particular liking for that track. The Sun (2016)She showed her liking for this track when winning her maiden here this time last year and there haven't been many miles on the clock since. The Sun (2016)The bishop had taken a liking to me. John Cornwell Seminary Boy (2006)She was in my class at school and she had earlier shown a liking for me. John Cornwell Seminary Boy (2006)His liking for the track makes him dangerous. The Sun (2014)He is still nicely weighted and has a liking for sharp tracks. The Sun (2015)He showed a liking for this course under identical conditions last week and can follow up that win. The Sun (2006)Referee did not take a liking to him, though. Times, Sunday Times (2013)He showed his liking for some cut when winning his maiden and it is interesting to see him stepped up to this ten furlong trip. The Sun (2016)He took to hurdles nicely last season and showed a liking for this track when notching up a brace of novice wins in April. The Sun (2013)He always runs his best races when fresh and he showed a liking for this track when scoring over course and distance in January. The Sun (2012)He showed his liking for Cheltenham when finishing second in this 12 months ago and has been kept to a quiet campaign with this race in mind. The Sun (2010)

Tendencias de liking

Uso común. liking es una de las 10000 palabras más usadas del Diccionario Collins.

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Traducciones de liking

Inglés británico: liking NOUN
If you have a liking for something or someone, you like them.
She had a liking for good clothes.


Definición de liking del Collins Diccionario inglés
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