Get a better look at
English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to get a better look at (one's neighbors): to see (one's neighbors) more closely
- "When he did stand still for a moment, it was to get a better look at my cleavage, or to ogle the long legs of the other woman present, the environmental consultant Ursula Bauer."
- "We wanted to get a better look at the traffic in nearby Washington D."
- "It's one of the main reasons why I go to see these matches, to get a better look at those muscles."
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