- prep.（表示属性）与…不同; 不像;
- adj.不同的; 相异的; 不相似的;
Unlike his more famous namesake, this Bill Clinton has little interest in politics.
Music is quite unlike any other art form.
It was unlike Gordon to display his feelings.
Hybrids, unlike pure electric cars, never need to be plugged in.
Unlike wine, brandy matures only in wood, not glass.
He was firm and steady unlike other men she knew.
Unlike many senior judges, he has consistently shown that he has the common touch.
"We'll all be arrested!" Thomas yelled, which was most unlike him.
The newly discovered world followed an orbital path unlike that of any other planet.
It was so unlike him to say something like that, with such intensity, that I was astonished.
Unlike other trees, it doesn't taper very much. It stays fat all the way up.
Apartment 46 was a quiet apartment, unlike the one above it.
This was a foreign country, so unlike San Jose.
Unlike aerobics, walking entails no expensive fees for classes or clubs.
She was unlike him in every way except for her coal black eyes.
Like poles repel, unlike poles attract.
The sleepwalker, unlike the hypnotized person, pays no attention to other people and does not take instructions.
The Swiss economy is a case apart; unlike any other.
The two men are unlike in disposition.
Unlike some birds, it does not dive vertically.
She's very unlike her mother.
It's unlike him to be late; he's usually on time.
Taste and inclination are unlike.
Sagacity, unlike cleverness, usually increases with age.
The difference is not unlike between heaven and earth.
The north of China, unlike the south, is windy in spring.
She is unlike her mother; she is tall and her mother is very short.
Within a GDG, the generations can have like or unlike DCB attributes and data set organizations.
But unlike the modern definition of Epicureanism as a life of indulgence ( ' , 放纵 ) and luxury, for the ancient Greeks, it meant finding a state of calm, peace and mental ease.
Unlike developed cities, however, these areas lack advanced water-treatment facilities, and rivers effectively become sewers ( ' , 下水道).
All the forecasts, plans, and anticipations cited above have failed so miserably because their authors and promoters thought the transitions they hoped to implement would proceed unlike all previous energy transitions, and that their progress could be accelerated in an unprecedented manner.
Unlike the Americans, who felt that the markets knew best, the Europeans failed to anticipate how the markets would react to their endless borrowing.
It has a very informal atmosphere, quite unlike some grand houses you visit.
Unlike floating ice shelves which have little impact on sea level when they break up, the ice sheet is anchored to bedrock will blow the sea surface.
But unlike most collectors, Zac tracks down the medals' rightful owners, and returns them.
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But unlike school friends, 16-year-old Sarah is not spending half-term resting.
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Daydreams are often very simple and direct, quite unlike sleep dreams, which may be hard to understand.
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It is unlike any other riding experience.
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Unlike authoritarian management, some cultures, particularly in asia, are well known for the consultative nature of decision-making—all members of the department or work group are asked to contribute to this process.
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Unlike fast-food places, fine dining shops prefer customers to stay longer and spend.
2018年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读B 原文
Unlike most of the netherlands, Hilversum is actually in a hilly area with the soil mostly consisting of sand.
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Unlike the forced wait, which is also voluntary, waiting for your lucky break does not necessarily mean that it will happen.
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Unlike traditional gyms, app-backed gyms offer people flexible options to exercise.
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Demand comes mainly from two sources: independent mom-and-pop grocery stores which, unlike large retail chains, are too small to buy straight from producers, and food service operators that cater to consumers when they don’t eat at home.
But, unlike with mining claims, the community takes control of what happens next.
But unlike their absolutist counterparts in the Gulf and Asia, most royal families have survived because they allow voters to avoid the difficult search for a non-controversial but respected public figure.
1. not like; marked by dissimilarity;
"for twins they are very unlike"
"people are profoundly different"
2. not equal in amount;
"they distributed unlike (or unequal) sums to the various charities"