Look out!

This page is about the phrasal verb Look out!.

Meaning: If someone is in immediate danger, you can warn them by shouting "Look out!".

Synonym: Watch out!

For example:

  • Look out! "Look out! There's a car coming!"

  • Look out! I was riding my bike when this car pulled out in front of me. Just before I hit it, I yelled "Look out!"

Quick Quiz:

If someone yells "Look out!" at you, it's probably because you are

a. staring at them

b. about to get hurt

c. frightening them

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Contributor: Matt Errey