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look in

informal
phrasal verb with look uk   /lʊk/ us   /lʊk/ verb
to visit a person for a short time, usually when you are on your way somewhere else: I thought I might look in on Bob on my way to the shops. Can you look in on the kids before you go to bed?

look-innoun

uk   /ˈlʊk.ɪn/ us   /ˈlʊk.ɪn/ UK informal
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in Chinese (Simplified) (通常指顺便)拜访,看看…
in Chinese (Traditional) (通常指順便)拜訪,看看…
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