English version

much like something/much as

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmuch like something/much asmuch like something/much as (also much the same (as something))LIKE/SIMILAR used to say that something is very similar to something else The house was very much as I’d remembered it. The taste is much like butter. Plants are classified in much the same way as animals. much
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much like something/much asFor at school, the young man would be surrounded by men much like him-self.What he wanted, of course, was for me to write as much like he did as I possibly could.Based on one of Aesop's fables, it was as much like a limerick as one of Shakespeare's sonnets.They like their bikes to be as much like cars as possible.The space inside looked as much like a junkyard as the space outside.
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