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  • 121look up — {v.} 1. {informal} To improve in future chances; promise more success. * /The first year was tough, but business looked up after that./ 2. To search for; hunt for information about; find. * /It is a good habit to look up new words in a dictionary …

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  • 122look up — {v.} 1. {informal} To improve in future chances; promise more success. * /The first year was tough, but business looked up after that./ 2. To search for; hunt for information about; find. * /It is a good habit to look up new words in a dictionary …

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  • 123look to someone for (something) — look to (someone/something) for (something) to expect someone or something to provide information or help. They look to us for answers, but we have none …

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  • 124look to something for (something) — look to (someone/something) for (something) to expect someone or something to provide information or help. They look to us for answers, but we have none …

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  • 125look to for (something) — look to (someone/something) for (something) to expect someone or something to provide information or help. They look to us for answers, but we have none …

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  • 126look out for number one — If you look out for number one, you take care of yourself and your interests, rather than those of other people …

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  • 127look out for yourself — ˌlook ˈout for sb/yourself derived to think only of sb s/your own advantage, without worrying about other people • You should look out for yourself from now on. Main entry: ↑lookderived …

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  • 128look something out (for somebody) — ˌlook sthˈout (for sb/sth) derived (BrE) to search for sth from among your possessions • I ll look out those old photographs you wanted to see. Main entry: ↑lookderived …

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  • 129look something out (for something) — ˌlook sthˈout (for sb/sth) derived (BrE) to search for sth from among your possessions • I ll look out those old photographs you wanted to see. Main entry: ↑lookderived …

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  • 130look to somebody for something — ˈlook to sb for sth | ˈlook to sb to do sth derived (formal) to rely on or expect sb to provide sth or do sth • We are looking to you for help. Main entry: ↑lookderived …

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  • 131look to one's laurels — To make sure that your reputation is not spoiled; protect your good name; keep your record from being beaten by others. * /Tom won the broad jump, but he had to look to his laurels./ * /Look to your laurels, Joan. Betty says she is going to run… …

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  • 132look to one's laurels — To make sure that your reputation is not spoiled; protect your good name; keep your record from being beaten by others. * /Tom won the broad jump, but he had to look to his laurels./ * /Look to your laurels, Joan. Betty says she is going to run… …

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  • 133Look magazine — is the name of a number of publications:* Look (American magazine) was a bi weekly, general interest magazine published in Des Moines, Iowa from 1937 to 1971, with more of an emphasis on photographs than articles. * LOOK Magazine is a quarterly… …

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  • 134Look See Proof — are a 5 piece Indie / Pop / Rock band from Hertfordshire. They consist of: *David Sells Vocals/Bass *Lee Sells Vocals/Guitars *Jason Slender Guitars *Jonny Harry Vocals/Drums *Jaime Randall Vocals/Keyboard Biography Starting in 2006, Look See… …

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  • 135Look at Me (When I Rock Wichoo) — «Look at Me (When I Rock Wichoo)» Sencillo de Black Kids del álbum Partie Traumatic Grabación Diciembre de 2007 Febrero de 2008 Género(s) Indie pop Duración 04:11 …

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  • 136For You Blue — Исполнитель The Beatles Альбом Let It Be Дата выпуска 8 мая 1970 Дата записи 25 января 1969 …

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  • 137look|out — «LUK OWT», noun. 1. a careful watch for someone to come or for something to happen: »Keep a sharp lookout for mother. Be on the lookout for a signal. 2. a place from which to watch. A tower or a crow s nest is a lookout. 3. a person or group that …

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  • 138Look at Me Now — is a common title for a song in music. It may refer to:* Look at Me Now (Young Buck song) * Look at Me Now (Breed 77 song) * Look at Me Now! , an album by Dick Haymes …

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  • 139Look at Life — may refer to: *Look at Life (British cinema series), British Cinema series, produced by the Rank Organisation for exhibition in Odeon Cinemas during the 1960 s. *Look at Life (George Lucas), Student film created by Star Wars producer George Lucas …

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  • 140look on the bright side — To be hopeful • • • Main Entry: ↑bright * * * look on the bright side phrase to think about the good parts of a situation that is mostly bad Look on the bright side – you’ll save money by not going. Thesaurus: to think about someone or something… …

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