Phrasal Verbs with LOOK

English Vocabulary

Below we have a list of Phrasal verbs that begin with LOOK and then an explanation of each one with some examples.

This is not a complete list. We will add more Phrasal Verbs with LOOK when we can.

Look after (someone or something)

1. = to take care of.

2. = to make sure that someone is safe and well.

Look away

1. = to turn your eyes away from someone or something that you were looking at.

Look for (someone or something)

1. = to search for something or someone.

2. = to try and find something or someone

Look into

Normally - Look into (something)

1. = to find out more about something in order to improve the situation.

2. = to investigate or examine.

Look out

1. = to be careful.

2. = to avoid imminent danger.

Look through

1. = to examine something, usually quickly.

Look up

1. = to search for information (usually in a book)

Look up to

1. = to respect or admire someone.

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