English version

I’m/he’s/she’s like ...

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishI’m/he’s/she’s like ...I’m/he’s/she’s like ... spokena) used to tell the exact words someone used I asked Dave if he wanted to go, and he’s like, no way! b) used to describe an event, feeling, or person, when it is difficult to describe or when you use a noise instead of words She was like, huh? (=she did not understand) like
Examples from the Corpus
I’m/he’s/she’s like ...He was like, huh?We were like, oh no!I asked him if he thought Liz was cute, and he's like, yeah, definitely.
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