#### Mathematical English Usage - a Dictionary

##### by Jerzy Trzeciak

## like

[*see also*: as, resemble, similar

Thus modules over categories are in many ways like ordinary
modules.

So we must in particular show that sets like this are not added.

It should come as no surprise that a condition like a_{i}≠ b_{i} turns up in
this theorem.

Specifically, one might hope that a clever application of something
like Choquet's theorem would yield the desired conclusion.

Construct an example, like that of Example 9, in which (1) fails but (2) holds.

It is now apparent what the solution for K will be like:......

Let us see what such a formula might look like, by analogy with Fourier series.

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