look

v
1. see, visualize, behold, notice, take in; bend the eye, cock the eye, fix the eye, fix one's gaze, focus, rivet one's eyes; regard, study, inspect, take stock of; examine, contemplate, pore over, Rare. perlustrate; review, check out, overlook, monitor; peruse, read, scan, run the eyes over, scrutinize, Inf. give the once-over; view, survey, scout, sweep, reconnoiter; watch, observe, witness.
2. glance, glimpse, take a look at, have a look-see, give a look; gaze, peer, ogle, leer, stare, goggle; Obs. squinny, gape, gawk, Archaic. gloat; squint, blink, wink, Sl. take a gander; spy, peep, peek, steal a glance at; glare, glower, look down at, look daggers, scowl, stare down.
3. appear, seem, seem to be, look to be, have the look of; sound, strike one as, have every appearance of; have every indication of; look like, seem like, sound like, appear like, resemble, have the earmarks of.
4. face, overlook, look out on, look towards; front, front on, look over; give out on, open out on.
5. look after
a. pay attention to, heed, mark, mind, reck, watch one's step; concern oneself with, see to, take pains to.b. take care of, care for, take charge of, mind, baby-sit, sit with; chaperon, keep tabs on, Brit. play gooseberry, keep under observation, spy on, keep an eye on; minister to, nurse, succor, attend to, tend to, serve.
6. look back
review, recall, bring to mind, recollect; reflect, muse, brood, ponder, ruminate, mull over; return in thought, reminisce, be retrospective; conjure up, summon up, call to mind, hark back to, dredge up.
7. look down on or upon
disdain, contemn, hold in contempt, misprize; despise, loathe, scorn, turn one's nose up at, disparage; look askance, look asquint, look down one's nose, turn one's back on, Inf. pooh-pooh.
8. look for
a. seek, search, pursue, hunt for, go for; look around for, cast around for, poke around for, forage.b. anticipate, expect, look to, watch for, keep in view; reckon upon, count on, calculate on, pin hope on, prepare oneself for, be in readiness for.
9. look forward to
anticipate, await, wait for, be unable to wait for; envisage, envision, look ahead, foresee, see ahead.
10. look into
investigate, explore, poke into, dig into, delve into; examine, probe, fathom, plumb; inquire into, ask about, search into, go into, Archaic. indagate, research.
11. look on or upona. watch, Obs. spectate, witness, observe, eye, view, take in.b. consider, deem, regard, reckon, judge, opine; hold, think, reason, speculate, see, take.
12. look out be on guard, be alert, be wary, be vigilant; watch out, keep one's eyes peeled, keep an eye out, keep one's eyes open.
13. look over examine, inspect, check, monitor, proctor; run through, dash through, zip through, flip through; peruse, scan, speed-read.
14. look toa. see to, not forget, attend to, do, make sure to do; give mind to, pay attention to, advert to, give thought to, devote oneself to.b. turn to, refer to, resort to, have recourse to, betake oneself to; revert to, fall back on, avail oneself of, make use of.
15. look upa. search for, run down, seek out, hunt up, track down; ransack, rummage, ferret through.b. visit, pay a visit to, call upon, drop in on, go to see, look in on.c. improve, ameliorate, shape up, progress, gain; perk up, pick up, show improvement, make headway; come along, get better, grow better, make strides.
16. look up to esteem, admire, regard highly, think highly of, think well of; hold in admiration, have a high opinion of, revere, defer to; honor, extol, exalt, venerate, put on a pedestal; idolize, worship, adore, lionize.
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17. glance, glimpse, side glance, regard; squint, glint, blink, wink, Fr. coup d'oeii. ogle, leer, stare, gaze, come-hither look; dirty look, scowl, glower, glare, evil eye, It. malocchio; peek, peep, flash.
18. sight, espial, first sight; inspection, search, examination, Inf. once-over, Inf. look-see, Sl. the eye, Sl. gander; scrutiny, contemplation, inquiry, autopsy; survey, sweep, reconnaisance, observation, observance, watch; review, overlook, oversight, bird's-eye view; preview, view, prospect, pre-examination.
19. aspect, appearance, expression, looks, air, hang; guise, front, facade, impression, effect; demeanor, mien, stance, posture, bearing; set, figure, cut, trim, build, frame; side, profile, shape, outline; complexion, visage, physiognomy, countenance, color, feature; semblance, resemblance, seeming, likeness, similarity, similitude, hint, fashion.

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  • look — look …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • Look — (l[oo^]k), v. i. [imp. & p. p. {Looked}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Looking}.] [OE. loken, AS. l[=o]cian; akin to G. lugen, OHG. luog[=e]n.] 1. To direct the eyes for the purpose of seeing something; to direct the eyes toward an object; to observe with the …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • look — /look/, v.i. 1. to turn one s eyes toward something or in some direction in order to see: He looked toward the western horizon and saw the returning planes. 2. to glance or gaze in a manner specified: to look questioningly at a person. 3. to use… …   Universalium

  • look — ► VERB 1) direct one s gaze in a specified direction. 2) have an outlook in a specified direction. 3) have the appearance or give the impression of being. ► NOUN 1) an act of looking. 2) an expression of a feeling or thought by looking at someone …   English terms dictionary

  • look — [look] vi. [ME loken < OE locian, akin to OS lōkōn, OHG luogēn (Ger dial. lugen), to spy after, look for] 1. to make use of the sense of sight; see 2. a) to direct one s eyes in order to see b) to direct one s attention mentally upon something …   English World dictionary

  • Look — ist ein Begriff/Wort aus der englischen Sprache, das sowohl als Verb als auch Hauptwort vielfältige Bedeutung haben kann: als Anglizismus, wird Look vor allem als Synonym im Sinne von Aussehen bzw. Stil verwendet, z. B.: Afro Look, wilde… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • look — [ luk ] n. m. • 1977; mot angl. « aspect, allure » ♦ Anglic. Aspect physique (style vestimentaire, coiffure...) volontairement étudié, caractéristique d une mode. Il a un drôle de look. ⇒ allure, genre. Un look d enfer. Changer de look. ♢ Image… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Look-in — was a long running children s magazine centered around ITV s television programmes in the UK, and subtitled The Junior TV Times . It ran from January 9, 1971 to 12 March 1994 [ [http://www.geocities.com/juniortvtimes2006/94No10/1994 no10 pg01… …   Wikipedia

  • look — 1. non standard uses. There are various idiomatic uses of look that are confined to particular parts of the English speaking world and are not part of standard English: for example look you as a way of attracting attention, found in Shakespeare • …   Modern English usage

  • LOOK — LOOK, established in Nevers, France in 1951, was originally a ski equipment manufacturer. The company produced bindings both under its own name and under other brands such as Rossignol and Dynastar. The partnership with Rossignol (which later… …   Wikipedia

  • Look — [lʊk], der; s, s: (besonders in Bezug auf Mode) bestimmter Stil: einen sportlichen Look bevorzugen; einen neuen Look kreieren. Syn.: ↑ Aussehen, ↑ Note, ↑ Optik. Zus.: Astronautenlook, Gammellook, Safarilook, Schlabberlook, Trachtenlook. * * *… …   Universal-Lexikon

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