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      vb   mainly intr  
1    often foll by: at   to direct the eyes (towards)  
to look at the sea     
2    often foll by: at   to direct one's attention (towards)  
let's look at the circumstances     
3    often foll by: to   to turn one's interests or expectations (towards)  
to look to the future     
4    copula   to give the impression of being by appearance to the eye or mind; seem  
that looks interesting     
5    to face in a particular direction  
the house looks north     
6    to expect, hope, or plan (to do something)  
I look to hear from you soon, he's looking to get rich     
7    foll by: for  
a    to search or seek  
I looked for you everywhere     
b    to cherish the expectation (of); hope (for)  
I look for success     
8    foll by: to  
a    to be mindful (of)  
to look to the promise one has made     
b    to have recourse (to)  
look to your swords, men!     
9    to be a pointer or sign  
these early inventions looked towards the development of industry     
10    foll by: into   to carry out an investigation  
to look into a mystery     
11    tr   to direct a look at (someone) in a specified way  
she looked her rival up and down     
12    tr   to accord in appearance with (something)  
to look one's age     
13    look alive or lively   hurry up; get busy  
14    look daggers      See       dagger       4  
15    look here   an expression used to attract someone's attention, add emphasis to a statement, etc.  
16    look sharp or smart   imperative   to hurry up; make haste  
17    not look at   to refuse to consider  
they won't even look at my offer of £5000     
18    not much to look at   unattractive; plain  
19    the act or an instance of looking  
a look of despair     
20    a view or sight (of something)  
let's have a look     
21    often pl   appearance to the eye or mind; aspect  
the look of innocence, I don't like the looks of this place     
22    style; fashion  
the new look for summer     
      sentence connector  
23    an expression demanding attention or showing annoyance, determination, etc.  
look, I've had enough of this        (See also)        look after       look back       look down       look forward to       look-in       look on       lookout       look over       look through       look up  
     (Old English locian; related to Middle Dutch læken, Old High German luogen to look out)  
See at like  

look after  
      vb   intr, prep  
1    to take care of; be responsible for  
she looked after the child while I was out     
2    to follow with the eyes  
he looked after the girl thoughtfully     
look back  
      vb   intr, adv  
1    to cast one's mind to the past  
2    to never look back   to become increasingly successful  
after his book was published, he never looked back     
3      (Chiefly Brit)   to pay another visit later  
look down  
1    intr, adv; foll by: on or upon   to express or show contempt or disdain (for)  
2    look down one's nose at  
Informal   to be contemptuous or disdainful of  
look forward to  
      vb   intr, adv + prep   to wait or hope for, esp. with pleasure  
look-in   Informal  
1    a chance to be chosen, participate, etc.  
2    a short visit  
  look in  
3    intr, adv; often foll by: on   to pay a short visit  
look on  
      vb   intr  
1    adv   to be a spectator at an event or incident  
2    prep     (Also)    look upon   to consider or regard  
she looked on the whole affair as a joke, he looks on his mother-in-law with disapproval     
  looker-on      n  
look over  
1    intr, prep   to inspect by making a tour of (a factory, house, etc.)  
we looked over the country house     
2    tr, adv   to examine (a document, letter, etc.)  
please look the papers over quickly     
3    an inspection: often, specifically, a brief or cursory one  
Informal   a brief inspection or look  
look through  
1    intr, prep or tr, adv   to examine, esp. cursorily  
he looked through his notes before the lecture     
2    intr, prep   to ignore (a person) deliberately  
whenever he meets his ex-girlfriend, she looks straight through him     
look up  
      vb   adv  
1    tr   to discover (something required to be known) by resorting to a work of reference, such as a dictionary  
2    intr   to increase, as in quality or value  
things are looking up     
3    intr; foll by: to   to have respect (for)  
I've always wanted a girlfriend I could look up to     
4    tr   to visit or make contact with (a person)  
I'll look you up when I'm in town     
New Look  
      n   the. a fashion in women's clothes introduced in 1947, characterized by long full skirts  
wet look  
      n   a shiny finish given to certain clothing and footwear materials, esp. plastic and leather  
Diccionario de inglés definición  



1    behold     (archaic)   check, check out     (informal)   clock     (Brit. slang)   consider, contemplate, examine, eye, eyeball     (U.S. slang)   feast one's eyes upon, gaze, get a load of     (informal)   glance, inspect, observe, peep, recce     (slang)   regard, scan, scrutinize, see, study, survey, take a dekko at     (Brit. slang)   take a gander at     (informal)   view, watch  
2    appear, display, evidence, exhibit, look like, make clear, manifest, present, seem, seem to be, show, strike one as  
3    face, front, front on, give onto, overlook  
4    anticipate, await, expect, hope, reckon on  
5    forage, hunt, search, seek  
6    gape, gawk, gawp     (Brit. slang)   glower, goggle, ogle, rubberneck     (slang)   stare  
7    look like      be the image of, favour, make one think of, put one in mind of, remind one of, resemble, take after  
8    butcher's     (Brit. slang)   examination, eyeful     (informal)   gander     (informal)   gaze, glance, glimpse, inspection, look-see     (slang)   observation, once-over     (informal)   peek, recce     (slang)   review, shufti     (Brit. slang)   sight, squint     (informal)   survey, view  
9    air, appearance, aspect, bearing, cast, complexion, countenance, demeanour, effect, expression, face, fashion, guise, manner, mien     (literary)   semblance  

look after     
attend to, care for, guard, keep an eye on, mind, nurse, protect, sit with, supervise, take care of, take charge of, tend, watch  
look down on      , upon  
contemn, despise, disdain, hold in contempt, look down one's nose at     (informal)   misprize, scorn, sneer, spurn, treat with contempt, turn one's nose up (at)     (informal)  
look forward to     
anticipate, await, count on, count the days until, expect, hope for, long for, look for, set one's heart on, wait for  
look into     
check out, delve into, examine, explore, follow up, go into, inquire about, inspect, investigate, look over, make enquiries, make inquiries, probe, research, scrutinize, study  
look out     
be alert, be careful, be on guard, be on the qui vive, be vigilant, beware, keep an eye out, keep one's eyes open, keep one's eyes peeled, keep one's eyes skinned, pay attention, watch out  
look over     
cast an eye over, check, check out     (informal)   examine, eyeball     (U.S. slang)   flick through, inspect, look through, monitor, peruse, scan, take a dekko at     (Brit. slang)   view, work over  
look up  
1    find, hunt for, research, search for, seek out, track down  
2    ameliorate, come along, get better, improve, perk up, pick up, progress, shape up     (informal)   show improvement  
3      (with)       to   admire, defer to, esteem, have a high opinion of, honour, regard highly, respect, revere  
4    call (on), drop in on     (informal)   go to see, look in on, pay a visit to, visit  

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look on, look in, look after, look back

Diccionario colaborativo     Inglés Definiciones
have a look at sth
[UK];[Slang] Comes from cockney rhyming slang for "butcher's hook" = "look" Ex.: A: "What are you looking at?" B: "I'm just having a butcher's at this butcher's hook!"
look at, look over, examine, evaluate
young woman who adopts a unconventional behavior and look
term largely used in the 20's to describe women who acted contrary to what was commonly expected by going out, drinking, smoking, dancing, wearing make-up etc.
intensifying expression, often used with "look"
he looked for all the world as if he was going to cry: il avait vraiment l'air d'être sur le point de pleurer
Someone's ability to look and act like whoever is around him or her.
The fictional character of human chameleon Leonard Zelig (in the film "Zelig", 1983), who becomes a celebrity in the 1920s due to his ability to look and act like whoever is around him.
When economic outlook remains uncertain, top management complains about the parsimony of expense reimbursements. Shareholders will not look kindly to executives flying helicopters or first-class international flights unrestrained. chenrong.hubpages.com
stereotypical belief that disconsiders in terms of intellectual and physical qualities women who stay home to look after their children
adv. adj.
looking good; having a look that was obviously well taken care of.
e.g a very well put together woman (adj.) You look well put together (adj.)
low; cheap, dirty, sluttish (as behavior and/or look)
to look for or expose information about a person's past, usually bad, and to therefore bring that person down or put them in a bad light
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