look verb (SEE)
Look! There's grandma. 看！祖母在那裡。
I looked out (of) the window. 我朝窗外望去。
Look over there - there's a rainbow! 看那裡——有一道彩虹！
- 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)
I'm looking for my keys. 我在找鎖匙。
Have you looked in the dictionary? 你查字典了嗎？
- She turned the vase over to look for the price.
- You'd have found it if you'd bothered to look.
- I bent down to look under the bed.
- She ran her finger down the list, looking for her name.
- There's that book you were looking for.
look verb (SEEM)
You look well! 你看起來氣色不錯！
It's looking good (= things are going well). 事情進展順利。
- You look thoughtful.
- You look lovely with your hair up.
- The walls look a bit bare - can't we put some pictures up?
- Those gloves look nice and warm.
- When she came home from school she really didn't look well.
look verb (DIRECTION)
- The window looks onto the road.
- The room looks North.
- The meadow looks east.
- All the statues look towards the fountain.
- The drawing room looks south.
look verb (WARNING)
look verb (HOPE)
look noun (WITH EYES)
- I had a brief look at her report before the meeting.
- She cast a quick look in the rear mirror.
- Bring your baby to the clinic and we'll take a look at her.
- May I have a look at your newspaper?" "Of course you can."
- I took one look at her and burst out laughing.
look noun (SEARCH)
- I had a look for the book.
- Have a good look in the cupboard.
- You've got nits? Let's have a look.
- I can have a look for the papers for you.
- We'll need to have a good look round before we leave.
look noun (APPEARANCE)
She had a worried look about her. 她一臉焦急的神情。
She gave me a questioning look. 她疑惑地看著我。
the look of sb/sth