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like, you know

A redundant colloquial combination of two filler phrases—"like" and "you know"—used when one struggling to think of or doesn't care to say anything meaningful or insightful. You've just got to, like, you know, tell him how you feel. A: "So, Johnny, what did you learn in school today?" B: "Like, you know, history, and science, and stuff." A: "Wow, really looking to win valedictorian, huh?"
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like, you know

Inf. a combining of the (essentially meaningless) expressions like and you know. (Never used in formal writing.) She is, well, like, you know, uncool. This is, well, like, you know, too much!
See also: know

like, you know

interj. a combining of the expressions like and you know. (Never used in formal writing.) She is, well, like, you know, PG.
See also: know