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look round (somewhere/sth)

phrasal verb with look /lʊk/ verb
to visit a place and look at the things in it 遊覽;逛 She spent the afternoon looking round the shops. 她一下午都在逛商店。 When we went to Stratford, we only had a couple of hours to look round. 我們到達斯特拉特福的時候,只有幾個小時的時間去四處溜達了。 Visiting
Translations of “look round (somewhere/sth)”
in Chinese (Simplified) 游览, 逛…
(Definition of look round (somewhere/sth) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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