A common way of forming an adjective from a noun is to add -like as a kind of suffix. It means "having some characteristic of or resembling". You can play around with it to make your own adjectives; e.g. a Luis Bárcenas-like arrogance, a zombie-like walk, etc.
A hobbit-like house— Una casa como la de un hobbit
A catlike appearance— Un aspecto felino
A Steve Jobs-like character— Un personaje como Steve Jobs
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How to negotiate with a Trump-like colleague - The Globe and Mail-Feb 18, 2017
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