Focus on the pronunciation of look
English definition of “look”
/lʊk/ verb [I]
be looking to do sth › to plan to do something: Many Hong Kong manufacturers are looking to expand in the UK market.
I'm just looking › said to a person working in a store when they offer to help you, but you want to continue looking at the products: 'Do you need any help?' 'I'm just looking, thank you.'
look good › if something such as business, news, or a plan looks good, you think that it will succeed or that something good might happen: Margins are improving and the underlying business looks good. Strategically the deal looks good.
never look back › to continue to be successful after having an earlier success: He says: 'I applied, got the job, and have never looked back.'