like that
Prepositional phrase
  1. In that particular manner.
  2. Quickly; unexpectedly.
    He was playing in the yard and, then, like that, he was gone.
  3. Used to indicate agreement with another speaker's statement.
    "And then the truck turned, the box fell out the back, and the truck just kept going." / "Yea, like that."
  • (indicating agreement) what he said
Translations Translations
  • Russian: про́сто та́к
  • Russian: так

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