English version

be like to do something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe like to do somethingbe like to do somethingold usePROBABLY to be likely to do something like
Examples from the Corpus
be like to do somethingHe'd enjoyed that, letting the good alderman know what it was like to be awoken just before dawn.But already she knew what it was like to be going home.We were learning what it was like to be legionnaires.Had we forgotten what it was like to be young?I could even imagine what it must be like to have a baby.Leonie knew what it was like to have to give up your baby, never to see your child grow up.People in Britain tend to have strong feelings about what it is like to live in rural or urban areas.
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