look+for

  • 61look — I n. glance expression 1) to get, have, take a look 2) to dart, shoot; steal a look 3) to give smb. a look 4) a blank, distant, faraway, vacant look (she had a faraway look in her eyes) 5) an anxious, worried; baleful; close, hard; come hither,… …

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  • 62look — Synonyms and related words: NB, admire, air, angle, angle for, animadvert, anticipate, appear, appear like, appearance, ask for, aspect, attend, await, be alert, be careful, be responsible for, be vigilant, be watchful, bearing, beat about for,… …

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  • 63look to — verb 1. turn one s interests or expectations towards (Freq. 4) look to the future this method looks to significant wavings • Hypernyms: ↑expect, ↑look, ↑await, ↑wait • Verb Fra …

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  • 64look forward to — [verb] anticipate, await, expect, hope for, long for, look for, wait for * * * AWAIT WITH PLEASURE, eagerly anticipate, lick one s lips over, be unable to wait for, count the days until. → look * * * look forward to To anticipate with pleasure •… …

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  • 65look — [[t]lʊk[/t]] v. i. 1) to turn one s eyes toward something or in some direction in order to see 2) to use one s sight in seeking, searching, examining, watching, etc.: to look through the papers[/ex] 3) to glance or gaze in a manner specified: to… …

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  • 66look — verb 1》 direct one s gaze in a specified direction.     ↘have an outlook in a specified direction.     ↘(look at/on) regard in a specified way.     ↘(look at) examine (a matter) and consider what action to take.     ↘(look into) investigate.… …

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  • 67look after — verb keep under careful scrutiny (Freq. 5) Keep an eye on this prisoner! • Hypernyms: ↑watch, ↑look out, ↑watch out • Verb Frames: Somebody s something Somebo …

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  • 68look up — Synonyms and related words: advance, ameliorate, amend, angle for, ask for, beat about for, call, come along, come by, come on, come over, convalesce, delve for, develop, dig for, drop in, fish for, follow, gain, gain ground, get ahead, get along …

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  • 69look to — Synonyms and related words: advert to, attend to, baby sit, be aware of, be engrossed in, bend to, bias, bring into play, calculate on, care for, chaperon, cherish, conduce, conserve, contribute, convert to use, count on, dispose, drink in,… …

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  • 70for — We use for + a period of time to say how long something goes on: for six years (I ve lived in this house for six years.) for two hours (We watched television for two hours last night.) for a week (Ann is going away for a week in September.) Are… …

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  • 71look forward to — Synonyms and related words: anticipate, approach, await, be destined, be fated, be imminent, be to be, be to come, calculate on, come, come on, contemplate, count on, draw near, draw on, envisage, envision, expect, foreglimpse, foresee, forestall …

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  • 72look — 1. verb 1) Mrs. Wright looked at him Syn: glance at, gaze at, stare at, gape at, peer at; peep at, peek, take a look at; watch, observe, view, regard, examine, inspect, eye, scan, scrutinize …

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  • 73look — 1. verb 1) Mrs Wright looked at him Syn: glance, gaze, stare, gape, peer, peep, peek, watch, observe, view, regard, examine, inspect, eye, scan, scrutinize, survey, stu …

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  • 74look —   Nānā, kilo;    ♦ look for, imi, huli, nānā;    ♦ look around, makaau, maka au, makāu;    ♦ look longingly, mākilo, aiau;    ♦ look like, kūlike me;    ♦ look sideways, alawa;    ♦ look out of the corners of the eyes, maka kihi, nānā kihi;    ♦… …

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  • 75look something up — search for and find a piece of information in a reference book * * * ˌlook sthˈup derived to look for information in a dictionary or ↑reference book, or by using a computer • Can you look up the opening times on the website? • I looked it up in… …

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  • 76look after — 1. Attend to, take care of, see to. 2. Seek, search for, look for. 3. Expect, wait for …

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  • 77look up — 1) things are looking up Syn: improve, get better, pick up, come along/on, progress, make progress, make headway, perk up, rally, take a turn for the better 2) she looked up his number Syn: search for …

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  • 78for — 1 strong,; strong /fO:r/ preposition 1 intended to be given to or belong to a particular person: I ve got a present for you. | Save some for Arthur. 2 intended to be used in a particular situation: We ve bought some new chairs for the office. | a …

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  • 79for —   No, na, i, iā.    ♦ For me, no u, na u.    ♦ For you, nou, nāu.    ♦ For him, her, it, nona, nāna.    ♦ Look for him, imi iāia …

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  • 80for all the world — idi a) for any consideration, however great: She wouldn t visit them for all the world[/ex] b) in every respect; precisely: You look for all the world like my friend Mary[/ex] …

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