look to


1

Pay attention to, take care of, as in You'd best look to your own affairs. [c. 1300]

2

Anticipate or expect, as in We look to hear from her soon. [c. 1600]

3

look to be. Seem to be, promise to be, as in This looks to be a very difficult assignment. [Mid-1700s]

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