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Loofas

ˈluːfə

Meanings of Loofas:

noun

The fibrous interior of a fruit that resembles a marrow, dried and used as a sponge for washing the body.

Meanings of Looie:

noun

Short for lieutenant.

Looies

ˈluːi

Meanings of Looies:

noun

Short for lieutenant.

Look

lʊk

Meanings of Look:

verb

Direct one's gaze toward someone or something or in a specified direction.

Usage examples:

People were looking at him
noun

An act of directing one's gaze in order to see someone or something.

Usage examples:

Let me get a closer look
exclamation

Used to call attention to what one is going to say.

Usage examples:

‘look, this is ridiculous.’

Meanings of Look after:

collocation

Keep under careful scrutiny

phrasal verb

Take care of someone or something.

Usage examples:

Meg is expected to come straight home from school and look after her younger sister

Meanings of Look around:

collocation

Look about oneself

phrasal verb

Walk round a place or building in order to view any interesting features.

Usage examples:

He spent the day looking round edinburgh

Meanings of Look at:

collocation

Look at carefully; study mentally

phrasal verb

To think about something carefully so that you can make a decision about it

Usage examples:

Management is looking at ways of cutting costs.

Meanings of Look back:

phrasal verb

To think of or remember what has happened in the past

Usage examples:

George looked back on his career in government with a great deal of satisfaction.

Meanings of Look down on:

idiom

Regard with contempt

phrasal verb

Regard someone with a feeling of superiority.

Usage examples:

My mother had social pretensions and looked down on most of our neighbours

Meanings of Look for:

collocation

Try to locate or discover, or try to establish the existence of

phrasal verb

Attempt to find someone or something.

Usage examples:

Howard has been looking for you

Meanings of Look forward:

phrase

Expect or hope for

phrasal verb

To feel pleasure because an event or activity is going to happen

Usage examples:

I’m looking forward to my vacation.

Meanings of Look forward to:

phrasal verb

Await something eagerly.

Usage examples:

We look forward to seeing you

Meanings of Look in:

phrasal verb

Make a short visit or call.

Usage examples:

I will look in on you tomorrow

Meanings of Look into:

collocation

Examine so as to determine accuracy, quality, or condition

phrasal verb

Investigate something.

Usage examples:

The police looked into his business dealings

Meanings of Look like a million dollars — прекрасно выглядеть.:

idiom

To look or feel extremely good, often because you are wearing something that costs a lot of money

Usage examples:

"you look like a million dollars in that dress, honey!"

Meanings of Look on the bright side:

idiom

To find good things in a bad situation

Usage examples:

Look on the bright side - no one was badly hurt.

Meanings of Look out for:

phrasal verb

To try to notice someone or something

Usage examples:

Look out for anna while you're there.

Meanings of Look over:

phrasal verb

Inspect something with a view to establishing its merits.

Usage examples:

They looked over a property in great marlborough street

Meanings of Look round:

phrasal verb

Walk round a place or building in order to view any interesting features.

Usage examples:

He spent the day looking round edinburgh

Meanings of Look to:

verb

To direct your eyes in order to see

Usage examples:

Come look at what i’ve found., she looked at her brother., he looked out (of) the window of the bus…

Meanings of Look up:

collocation

Seek information from

phrasal verb

Search for and find a piece of information in a book or database.

Usage examples:

The translation process amounted to little more than looking up words in bilingual dictionaries

Meanings of Look up to:

collocation

Feel admiration for

phrasal verb

Have a great deal of respect for someone.

Usage examples:

He needed a model, someone to look up to

Meanings of Look upon as:

phrasal verb

To consider or think of someone or something as something

Usage examples:

We looked on her as a daughter., i've lived there so long i look on the town as my home.

Meanings of Look-ahead-to:

phrasal verb

To think of and decide about the future

Usage examples:

We need to look ahead to when the children are grown.

Meanings of Look-daggers:

idiom

To look angrily at someone

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