English vocabulary and translations (See all)
to look into (a situation, your eyes): to investigate, to analyze, to study (a situation); to stare into, to look at (your eyes)
I will look into your case, and let you know the outcome as soon as possible.
- "I'll look into it."
- "I'll look into French courses for Dave and Laura, okay?"
- "I'll look into it and get back to you."
- "Now, Mr. Gidyeon, look into this mirror and tell me what you see, mmkay?"
- "But I promise we will look into this situation."
- "The gadget that's going to look into my brain!"
- "As our eyes met for the first time, I felt her looking deep into my soul, a place where no woman had ever penetrated."
- "Donna : So, Mr. Farmer you were talking about a machine that would allow me to look into the minds of my patients."
- "I believe we should look into changing banks as soon as possible: staying with our current bank seems to be a foolish expenditure."
- "Sam : Well, I can certainly look into it."
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