look into sth: to examine the facts about a situation

look on: to watch something happen but not become involved in it

look on sb / sth: to think about someone or something in a particular way

look out! something you say when someone is in danger

look out for sb / sth: to try to notice someone or something

look over sth: to examine something quickly

look through sth: to read something quickly

look up: to become better

look sth up: to look at a book or computer in order to find information

look up to sb: to respect and admire someone

look after sb / sth: to take care of someone or something by keeping them healthy or in a good condition

look ahead: to think about something that will happen in the future and plan for it

look at sth: THINK to think about a subject carefully so that you can make a decision about it

look at sth: READ to read something

look at sth: EXPERT If an expert looks at something, they examine it.

look at sth: OPINION to consider something in a particular way

look back: to remember something in the past

look down on sb: to think that someone is less important than you

look forward to sth / doing sth: to feel happy and excited about something that is going to happen
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