Definition of what's not to like? in English:

what's not to like?

phrase

informal
  • Used as a rhetorical expression of approval or satisfaction.

    ‘cleaner air, cooler temperatures and mountain views—what's not to like?’
    • ‘What's not to like about St Lucia?’
    • ‘Solar energy seems like a no-brainer - hey, free energy from the sky, what's not to like?’
    • ‘I love a good bagel: what's not to like?’
    • ‘He's tall, he's gorgeous, he's built, he's intelligent what's not to like?’
    • ‘What's not to like about her? "’
    • ‘Tall (enough), dark, handsome, what's not to like?’
    • ‘Honestly, what's not to like about Christmas?’
    • ‘What's not to like about the weirdo residents?’
    • ‘The concert was fantastic: picnic dinner with friendly company, both my kids nearby, what's not to like?’
    • ‘From their (admittedly rather limited) perspective, what's not to like?’