例句1. Mrs Wright looked at him
Don′t look round; I don′t want him to notice us.
Don′t look at me like that.
Don′t look wise.
The sick child wants somebody to look after it.
To look at her you′d never guess that she was a university teacher.
Yes, But you look as pretty now, as you did then.
But if you look at all the mystics, for example, it′s remarkable how they speak the Same language of a personal god, and a god of love.
As entering the 21st century, Suzhou is vibrant to the people with an appealing, quaint look of elegance
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She gave her mother the tickets to look after [gave the tickets to her mother to look after].
She was frightened to look down from the top of the tall building.
Her look froze the words on my lips.
She didn′t look up or react in any way.
She does not look her age.
She withered him with a scornful look .
She trusted in his ability to look after her.
She charged me to look after her son.
You don′t look very well this morning! What′s wrong?
Try to look on the bright side of things.
Look , Helen! Here′s a new shirt.
Look at the way she has tricked daughter out!
Just look at what you′ve done!
Look at the way we′re polluting the entire planet.
Look at this mess!
Look at the boat dancing on the waves.
It hurts the eyes to look at the sun.
1.Used to call attention to what one is going to say.
‘‘ _Look_ , this is ridiculous.’’
‘ _Look_ here, John, you and I know this country likes to see decisiveness.’
1.A person's facial appearance considered aesthetically.
‘he had charm, good _looks_ , and an amusing insouciance’
‘Talent and good _looks_ rarely go hand in hand, and often when they do, it’s the talent which gets elbowed into the background.’
2.A scrutiny or examination.
‘the government should take a _look_ at the amount of grant the council receives’
‘This is one of the most interesting and unusual chapters in the history of town twinning and therefore deserves a closer _look_ .’
3.A style or fashion.
‘Italian designers unveiled their latest _look_ ’
‘You can experiment with trying on clothes, not to buy them, but to explore unlikely styles and _looks_ .’
4.An act of directing one's gaze in order to see someone or something.
‘let me get a closer _look_ ’
‘He cast a quick _look_ over his shoulder.’
5.An expression of a feeling or thought by looking.
‘the orderly gave me a funny _look_ ’
‘She _looked_ at Misha a little closer, and a _look_ of pure fear crossed her face.’
6.The appearance of someone or something, especially as expressing a particular quality.
‘the bedraggled _look_ of the village’
‘The game has been designed for family viewing and has the _look_ of an animated film.’
1.(of a building or room) have an outlook in a specified direction.
‘the room _looks_ out over Mylor Harbour’
‘Double rooms _look_ over Rocky Bay with views to the ocean.’
2.Appear one's normal, healthy self.
‘he just didn’t _look_ himself at all’
‘As predicted, form went out the window in this game, in which the stylish Slovaks never _looked_ themselves against their Czech neighbours.’
3.Ascertain with a quick glance.
‘people finishing work don’t _look_ where they’re going’
‘He walked along the street without _looking_ where he put his feet.’
4.Attempt to find.
‘Howard has been _looking_ for you’
‘I was _looking_ for some information about the history of the House of Commons.’
5.Direct one's gaze in a specified direction.
‘people were _looking_ at him’
‘they _looked_ up as he came into the room’
6.Examine (a matter) and consider what action to take.
‘a committee is _looking_ at the financing of the BBC’
‘It is also _looking_ at ways to reduce staff levels as part of a financial review.’
7.Express (something) by one's gaze.
‘Poirot _looked_ a question’
‘I thought of the gentle eyes which had once _looked_ love at me.’
8.Have the appearance or give the impression of being.
‘mum _looked_ unhappy’
‘the home _looked_ like a prison’
9.Hope or expect to do something.
‘universities are _looking_ to expand their intakes’
‘We are _looking_ to expand into the market and move beyond our core competency of racing games.’
10.Ignore (someone) by pretending not to see them.
‘he glanced up once but _looked_ right through me’
‘I’m one of those people everyone _looks_ through, like a window or a ghost or the air.’
11.Inspect something with a view to establishing its merits.
‘they _looked_ over a property in Great Marlborough Street’
‘We don’t know for sure at this point, but the fact that the prosecutor took two weeks to evaluate the evidence, to _look_ it over and consider it, indicates, I think, that there’s more to it than just the young woman’s story.’
‘the police _looked_ into his business dealings’
‘They should have been delivered leaflets via the Royal Mail and we are _looking_ into why this has not happened.’
13.Peruse (a book or other written material)
‘we _looked_ through all the books and this was still the one we liked best’
‘A quick _look_ through her books will give the impression that they are about food - as indeed, in a sense, they are.’
14.Regard in a specified way.
‘I _look_ at tennis differently from some coaches’
‘I can see already that he _looks_ on Lesley as a bottom feeder.’
15.Rely on (someone) to do or provide something.
‘she will _look_ to you for help’
‘A troubled and afflicted mankind _looks_ to us, pleading for us to keep our rendez-vous with destiny.’
16.Show a likelihood of.
‘Leeds didn’t _look_ like scoring from any of their corners’
‘it doesn’t _look_ like you’ll be moving to Liverpool’
17.Take care; make sure.
‘ _Look_ ye obey the masters of the craft’
‘ _Look_ that you behave well to him.’
18.Walk round (a place or building) in order to view any interesting features.
‘he spent the day _looking_ round Edinburgh’
‘This weekend will be the last chance for visitors to _look_ round the York Story museum before it closes on Sunday afternoon.’
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