Spanish translation of “look”
look verb /luk/
› to turn the eyes in a certain direction so as to see, to find, to express etc
He looked out of the window I’ve looked everywhere, but I can’t find him He looked at me (angrily). › to seem
It looks as if it’s going to rain She looks sad. › to face
The house looks west. look-alike noun › a person who looks (exactly) like someone else; a double
the prince’s look-alike. -looking › having a certain appearance
good-looking strange-looking. looks noun plural › (attractive) appearance
She lost her looks as she grew older good looks. looker-on noun › a person who is watching something happening; an onlooker.
looking-glass noun › a mirror.
lookout noun › a careful watch
a sharp lookout (also adjective) a lookout post. › a place from which such a watch can be kept.
› a person who has been given the job of watching
There was a shout from the lookout. › concern, responsibility
If he catches you leaving early, that’s your lookout! by the look(s) of › judging from the appearance of (someone or something) it seems likely or probable
por lo visto
By the looks of him, he won’t live much longer It’s going to rain by the look of it. look after › to attend to or take care of
She gave up her job to look after the children. look ahead › to consider what will happen in the future
Let’s have a look ahead to tomorrow’s tennis final. look down one’s nose at › to regard with contempt
She looks down her nose at poor people. look down on › to regard as inferior
She looks down on her husband’s relations. look for › to search for
I’ve been looking for that book everywhere. look forward to › to wait with pleasure for
I am looking forward to seeing you / to the holidays. look here! › give your attention to this
Look here! Isn’t that what you wanted? Look here, Mary, you’re being unfair! look in on › to visit briefly
I decided to look in on Paul and Carol on my way home. look into › to inspect or investigate closely
The manager will look into your complaint. look on › to watch something
No, I don’t want to play – I’d rather look on. › (with as) to think of or consider
I have lived with my aunt since I was a baby, and I look on her as my mother. look out › (usually with for) to watch
She was looking out for him from the window. › to find by searching
I’ve looked out these books for you. look out! › beware! take care!
Look out! There’s a car coming! look over › to examine
We have been looking over the new house. look through › to look at or study briefly
I’ve looked through your report. look up › to improve
Things have been looking up lately. › to pay a visit to
I looked up several old friends. › to search for in a book of reference
You should look the word up (in a dictionary). look up to › to respect the conduct, opinions etc of
He has always looked up to his father.