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Phrasal Verbs

look at (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb look at (2)

Meaning: to think carefully before doing something

Synonym: think about, consider

For example:

  • look at sth Now that we've got a foothold in the drinks market, we're looking at moving into the snack foods market as well.

  • look at sth After losing his job, Glen looked at various options such as starting his own business and going back to school.

Quick Quiz:

Now that she's graduated from secondary school, Nicole is looking at

a. studying in university

b. Italian shoes

c. fashion magazines

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