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English definition of “look around (somewhere/sth)”

look around (somewhere/sth)

( UK also look round (somewhere/sth))
verb uk phrasal verb with look   /lʊk/ us  
B1 to visit a place and look at the things in it: She spent the afternoon looking around the town. When we went to Boston, we only had a couple of hours to look around.
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