This is a question with a drop down selection list of answers - only one of which can fit in French.
The ‘ambiguity’ is in the English use of ‘like’ that you suggest - it is commonly used nowadays when/where ‘as’ would have been preferred in the past.
The fact that there is more than one way to translate into English, doesn’t make the French ambiguous in its native form.
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