Look-alike meaning

lo͝ok'ə-līk'
One that closely resembles another; a double.
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A person or thing that resembles or is made to resemble another, esp. another that is famous, prestigious, etc.
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Someone who physically resembles (looks like) someone else.

The cousins were such close lookalikes they could impersonate each other, and sometimes did.

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(North America) An article that looks very similar to or the same as the genuine article.
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(intransitive, of multiple things or people) To have a similar visual appearance.
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Origin of look-alike