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have a look

This page is about the collocation have a look

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to look at something

For example

  • Can I have a look at your wedding photos?

  • After having a quick look at the cut, the nurse said it needed stitches.

Note:
Often expanded to "have a good look", "have a close look", "have a quick look", etc. Also "take a look".

Quick Quiz

If you have a good look at a picture, you

a. think it looks good

b. look at it closely

c. look good in it

Contributor: Matt Errey