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look at (1)

Meaning: to focus your eyes on something

For example:

  • look at sb/sth Everybody looked at Miss Universe as she modeled the swimwear.

  • look at sb/sth I felt somebody looking at me, so I turned around to see who it was.

Quick Quiz:

When you're doing an exam, you shouldn't look at
  1. your exam booklet
  2. your teacher
  3. somebody else's answers

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