lookverbuk /lʊk/ us /lʊk/
look verb (SEE)
- She heard a sudden noise behind her, and swung round to look behind her.
- I wish you'd look at me when I'm trying to speak to you!
- Be careful to look both ways when you cross the road.
- She ambled down the street, stopping occasionally to look in the shop windows.
- He slid the letter into his pocket while no one was looking.
look verb (SEARCH)
look verb (SEEM)
look verb (DIRECTION)
look verb (WARNING)
- attention span
- be good, and if you can't be good, be careful idiom
- be on (your) guard idiom
- handle/treat sb with kid gloves idiom
- hang on/upon sth
- have a care idiom
- have/keep your ear to the ground idiom
- take note of sth idiom
- the/a glare of sth idiom
- tread carefully/gently/lightly idiom
- walk on eggs/eggshells idiom
look verb (HOPE)
looknounuk /lʊk/ us /lʊk/
look noun (WITH EYES)
look noun (SEARCH)
look noun (APPEARANCE)
lookexclamationuk /lʊk/ us /lʊk/