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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-intransitive: To employ one's sight, especially in a given direction or on a given object: looking out the window; looked at the floor.
- verb-intransitive: To search: We looked all afternoon but could not find it.
- verb-intransitive: To turn one's glance or gaze: looked to the right.
- verb-intransitive: To turn one's attention; attend: looked to his neglected guitar during vacation; looked at the evidence.
- verb-intransitive: To turn one's expectations: looked to us for a solution.
- verb-intransitive: To seem or appear to be: look morose. See Synonyms at
- verb-intransitive: To face in a specified direction: The cottage looks on the river.
- verb-transitive: To turn one's eyes on: looked him in the eye.
- verb-transitive: To convey by one's expression: looked annoyance at the judge; looked his devotion to me.
- verb-transitive: To have an appearance of conformity with: He looks his age. She dressed up to look the part.
- verb-transitive: To appear to be: looked the fool in one version of the story.
- noun: The act or instance of looking: I took just one look and I was sure.
- noun: A gaze or glance expressive of something: gave her a mournful look.
- noun: Appearance or aspect: a look of great age.
- noun: Physical appearance, especially when pleasing.
- noun: A distinctive, unified manner of dress or fashion: the preferred look for this fall.
- phrasal-verb: look after To take care of: looked after his younger brother.
- phrasal-verb: look for To search for; seek: looking for my gloves.
- phrasal-verb: look for To expect: Look for a change of weather in March.
- phrasal-verb: look into To inquire into; investigate: The police looked into the disturbance.
- phrasal-verb: on To regard in a certain way: looked on them as incompetents.
- phrasal-verb: look out To be watchful or careful; take care: If you don't look out, you may fall on the ice. We looked out for each other on the trip.
- phrasal-verb: look over To examine or inspect, often in hasty fashion: looked over the proposal before the meeting.
- phrasal-verb: look to Usage Problem To expect or hope to: He looked to hear from her within a week.
- phrasal-verb: look to Usage Problem To seem about to; promise to: "an 'Action Program,' which ... looked to reduce tariffs on over 1,800 items” ( Alan D. Romberg).
- phrasal-verb: look up To search for and find, as in a reference book.
- phrasal-verb: look up To visit: look up an old friend.
- phrasal-verb: look up To become better; improve: Things are at last looking up.
- idiom: look a gift horse in the mouth Informal To be critical or suspicious of something one has received without expense.
- idiom: alive Informal To act or respond quickly: Look alive! We leave in five minutes.
- idiom: on To regard with contempt or condescension.
- idiom: at To regard with contempt or condescension.
- idiom: look forward to To think of (a future event) with pleasurable, eager anticipation: looking forward to graduation.
- idiom: look in on To visit: I look in on my grandparents each weekend.
- idiom: look the other way To deliberately overlook something: knew the student was cheating but decided to look the other way.
- idiom: look up to To admire: looked up to her mother.
- look alive! gyviau!
- look before you leap būk (ite) atsargus
- look herepaklausyk (ite)
- look sharp! žiūrėk (ite)! atidžiai!
- to look like būti panašiam
- to look oneself again atsigaut
- pažvelgti (atsmth)