Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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look a gift horse in the mouth not to be grateful for a gift; to criticize something received as a gift.
look after to take care of.
look at someone sideways to look at someone in a doubtful or suspicious way.
look daggers at to look at with hostility or anger.
look down one's nose at to feel that one is better than or superior to.
look for to try to find; seek.
look forward to to wait for eagerly.
look like (informal) used to make a statement that may or may not be true based on what you can see or what you know at the present time; look as if.
look on to watch an activity as someone else performs it.
look out to pay attention to avoid danger.
look over to inspect or examine, often quickly.
look up to search for and find (a piece of information) in a book or other source that gives information in an organized way.
look up to to respect; admire.
look-alike a person or thing that closely resembles another; double.
look-in a quick glance. [2 definitions]
look-say method a method of teaching reading that uses memorization and recognition of entire words rather than associating letters with sounds.
look-see (informal) a brief, visual examination or investigation.
look-up in computing, the capacity to search for and locate information in an electronic database. [2 definitions]