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  1. look

    • IPA[lo͝ok]

    美式

    • v.
      direct one's gaze toward someone or something or in a specified direction;(of a building or room) have a view or outlook in a specified direction
    • n.
      an act of directing one's gaze in order to see someone or something;an expression of a feeling or thought by directing one's gaze
    • excl
      used to call attention to what one is going to say
    • noun: look, plural noun: looks

    • verb: look, 3rd person present: looks, gerund or present participle: looking, past tense: looked, past participle: looked

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. direct one's gaze toward someone or something or in a specified direction:

      people were looking at him

      they looked up as he came into the room

    • 2. (of a building or room) have a view or outlook in a specified direction:

      the principal rooms look out over Nahant Bay

    • 3. ignore (someone) by pretending not to see them:

      he glanced up once but looked right through me

    • 4. express or show (something) by one's gaze:

      Poirot looked a question

    • 5. inspect something quickly with a view to establishing its merits:

      they looked over a property on Ryer Avenue

    • 6. peruse (a book or other written material):

      we looked through all the books and this was still the one we liked best

    • 7. move around (a place or building) in order to view whatever it might contain that is of interest:

      he spent the morning and afternoon looking around Cambridge

    • 8. ascertain with a quick glance:

      people finishing work don't look where they're going

    • 9. think of or regard in a specified way:

      I look at tennis differently from some coaches

    • 10. examine (a matter, especially a problem) and consider what action to take:

      a committee is looking at the financing of PBS

    • 11. investigate:

      the police looked into his business dealings

    • 12. attempt to find:

      Howard has been looking for you

    • 13. have the appearance or give the impression of being:

      her father looked unhappy

      the home looked like a prison

    • 14. show a likelihood of:

      it doesn't look like you'll be moving to Brooklyn

    • 15. appear one's normal, healthy self:

      he just didn't look himself at all

    • 16. rely on to do or provide something:

      she will look to you for help

    • 17. hope or expect to do something:

      universities are looking to expand their intakes

    • 18. take care; make sure:

      Look ye obey the masters of the craft

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. an act of directing one's gaze in order to see someone or something:

      let me get a closer look

    • 2. an expression of a feeling or thought by directing one's gaze:

      Brenton gave me a funny look

    • 3. a scrutiny or examination:

      the government should be taking a look at the amount of grant the council receives

    • 4. the appearance of someone or something, especially as expressing a particular quality:

      the bedraggled look of the village

    • 5. a person's facial appearance considered aesthetically:

      he had charm, good looks, and an amusing insouciance

    • 6. a style or fashion:

      Italian designers unveiled their latest look

    • excl
    • 1. used to call attention to what one is going to say:

      Look, this is ridiculous.”

    • adj. having a specified appearance:

    • a young-looking American

      an evil-looking mask

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    • adj. having a specified appearance:

    • a young-looking American

      an evil-looking mask

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    • ph. think of the past

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    • n. a short pass pattern in which the receiver runs diagonally toward the center of the field.

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    • ph. think of the past

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    • ph. make a short visit or call

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    • n. a style of women's clothing introduced in 1947 by Christian Dior, featuring calf-length full skirts and a generous use of material in contrast to wartime austerity.

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    • ph. make a short visit or call

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    • IPA[lʊk]

    英式

    • v.
      direct one's gaze toward someone or something or in a specified direction:
    • people were looking at him

      they looked up as he came into the room

    • n.
      an act of directing one's gaze in order to see someone or something:
    • let me get a closer look
    • excl
      used to call attention to what one is going to say:
    • Look, this is ridiculous.’

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