Phrasal Verbs – LOOK, Definitions and Example Sentences

Phrasal Verbs – LOOK, Definitions and Example Sentences

Phrasal Verbs – LOOK, Definitions and Example Sentences


Look ahead

to think about future

The past is past. Let us look ahead.

 

Look back

to think about past

When I look back I can see where we went wrong.

 

Look after

to take care of sb/sth

He’s not competent to look after young children.

 

Look round

to visit a place and look at the things in it

I will spend all day looking round the city.

 

Look on

to watch sth happen without taking part in it

Look on the bright side –no one was badly hurt.

 

Look forward to

something that is going to happen

He had worked hard and was looking forward to his retirement.

 

Look in

to pay a short visit

You’ll look in and say hello when you have time.



 

Look for

to search

You must look for hotels elsewhere.

 

Look out

to warn sb for danger

Look outhe’s got a gun!

 

Look through

to examine or to read quickly

He looked through his notes before the lecture.


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