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  1. unlike

    • IPA[ˌənˈlīk]

    美式

    • v.
      be regarded with distaste or hostility; be unpopular;(in the context of social media) withdraw one's approval of or support for (someone or something one has previously liked) by means of an icon or link
    • verb: unlike, 3rd person present: unlikes, gerund or present participle: unliking, past tense: unliked, past participle: unliked

    • 釋義

    動詞

    • 1. be regarded with distaste or hostility; be unpopular the article suggests that his character was unliked by many
    • 2. (in the context of social media) withdraw one's approval of or support for (someone or something one has previously liked) by means of an icon or link I cut about 300 of my 400 friends and unliked about 20–30 pages