English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to look at (something): to watch, to view, to stare at; to consider, to review (something)
Could you take a look at my report when you get a chance?
I've never looked at it from that point of view.
- "Jean : Look at this photo, Bruno."
- "She comes to work late, and she looks - look at me Doris - dirty and a little bit overweight."
- "Look at this mixing desk!"
- "Look at me."
- "Let's check in with Moira for a quick look at today's headlines."
- "I need you this afternoon to run some errands, pick up my dry cleaning, and I have this weird rash that I need you to look at."
- "-Look what I obtained for a mere 50 dollars."
- "I don't need to look at the market research."
- "Bruno : Yes, and remember Brian, ABL: Always be looking."
- "Why don't you come in here and look at some porn with me?"
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