look, look, look
- look about
Man looking about computer graphic, stamp, animated sticker, for creativity and artistic fun.
- look after
We need to find someone to look after the our kids when we’re out tomorrow evening.
- look around
I went in and looked around.
- look at
Mark, what are you looking at?
- look back
When I look back, I have to say that I don’t regret anything in my life.
Succeeded in this aim, it can look back with satisfaction over its past record.
When I look back on our school days, it seems as if they were a century ago.
- look down
He looks down on people of lower financial status than his.
- look down on
The whole class look down on Adam, which makes him feel really upset.
- look for
I’m looking for a flat to rent. Do you know of any in this area?
- look forward
I’m looking forward to hearing from you soon.
- look into
We’ll look into the problem and come back to you when we have the information.
- look like
Does he look like his father or his grandfather ?
- look out
Look out for the next ‚Science and the Public’ conference, July 2010.
- look over
Leave me some literature, I’ll look it over and get back to you.
- look through
He looked through the fashion magazines but found nothing interesting.
When I would look through magazines as a small child, I used to think that there must be a magical world somewhere where everything looked—and was—perfect.
- look up
Could someone look up this word in a online dictionary?
- look up to
Magdalena always needed someone to look up to and imitate. I wish she were more self-reliant.