Look like meaning in English

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to look like (a famous movie star): to resemble, to be similar in appearance to (a famous movie star) idiom
That dog looks like Chewbacca, he has exactly the same facial features and hair.
It looks like (it's going to rain): It would appear, I get the impression that (it's going to rain) idiom
Look like (you're busy)!: Act as if, pretend that (you're busy)! idiom
In this scene, you should look like you've just cried and that you're still wiping away a few tears.

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