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Idioms about look

Origin of look

First recorded before 900; (verb) Middle English lōk(i)en,Old English lōcian; cognate with Middle Dutch lœken, akin to dialectal German lugen “to look out”; (noun) Middle English loke “act of looking, glance, countenance,” derivative of the verb

synonym study for look

1. See watch. 6. See seem.
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How to use look in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for look

look
/ (lʊk) /

verb (mainly intr)
noun
sentence connector
an expression demanding attention or showing annoyance, determination, etclook, I've had enough of this

Word Origin for look

Old English lōcian; related to Middle Dutch læken, Old High German luogen to look out

usage for look

See at like 1
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