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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlookalikelook‧a‧like, look-alike /ˈlʊkəlaɪk/ noun [countable]  informalLIKE/SIMILAR someone who looks very similar to someone who is famous a Madonna lookalike
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lookalikeFifteen years ago the Renault 12 lookalike needed just over six litres to cover 60 miles the current model drinks seven.Both are Hollywood-style productions, one a soppy Western, the other a slapstick item featuring a Chaplin lookalike.Coming towards him, big smile freezing fast, was this Julie Christie lookalike in Fringed Suede.Mao lookalikes also dominate the cinema.Victoria's lookalike sister Louise, 24, arrived with a male pal who was the image of Becks.In the meantime, maybe he would offer him the girl, the lookalike.She's one of five winners of the lookalike contest.
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