alike

英 [ə'laɪk] 美 [ə'laɪk]
  • adj. 相似的;相同的
  • adv. 以同样的方式;类似于
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alike: [OE] Alike is an ancient word whose ultimate Germanic source, *galīkam, meant something like ‘associated form’ (*līkam ‘form, body’ produced German leiche ‘corpse’ and Old English lic, from which we get lychgate, the churchyard gate through which a funeral procession passes; and the collective prefix *gameant literally ‘with’ or ‘together’).

In Old English, *galīkam had become gelīc, which developed into Middle English ilik; and from the 14th century onwards the prefix i-, which was becoming progressively rarer in English, was assimilated to the more familiar a-. The verb like is indirectly related to alike, and the adjective, adverb, preposition, and conjunction like was formed directly from it, with the elimination of the prefix.

=> each, like
alike (adj.)
c. 1300, aliche, from Old English gelic and/or onlice "similar," from Proto-Germanic *galikam "associated form" (cognates: Old Frisian gelik, German gleich, Gothic galeiks, Old Norse glikr; see like (adj.)).
1. The language of Darwin was intelligible to experts and non-experts alike.
达尔文的语言无论对专家还是非专业人士而言都明白易懂。

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2. Mr Bowles could engender delight in students and musicians alike.
鲍尔斯先生能够让学生和音乐家都感到快乐。

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3. Exporters, farmers and industrialists alike are vexed and blame the government.
出口商、农场主和实业家们都很恼火,纷纷谴责政府。

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4. The wine goes with strong and mild cheese alike.
喝这酒的时候可以搭配浓乳酪或淡乳酪。

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5. The police, raining blows on rioters and spectators alike, cleared the park.
警察不分闹事者与观众统统一顿猛击,把人们清除出了足球场。

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