1. to look
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2. look at
Can you look at this?
look at me
We need to have a look at our budget.
You should get a doctor to look at that cut
You should look at their need of being freedom
When we look at the diagram it becomes clear that (how) the rate of inflation has risen.
Can I look at your newspaper?
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3. to look on
Children are easily influenced by their peers.
I peered into the darkness
And I'm a product of that generation, like so many other of my peers.
These days, children prefer computer games to playing with their peers.
She kept peering over her shoulders
... bit like peek is“ peer”, but you peer... it's...
She was known among her peers as a good student
In this situation I think it's better tp peer through the mist rather than decide blindly.
When no one answered the door, she peered through the window to see if anyone was there. / The driver was peering into the distance trying to read the road sign.
He started to move toward the wall to peer out
. The window was so dirty we had to peer through it to see inside.
The driver was peering into the distance trying to read the road sign. Getting help from a peer is easier than asking a teacher.
Peer helpers made the teacher's job a lot easier, but established a cruel hierarchy among the students.
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So you are really offering me a Roflex watch for 5 dollars?
If he did not watch so much television, he would have more time for study.
The students presented their teacher with a gold watch.
She employed a private detective to keep a watch on her husband.
Nothing gave her greater pleasure than to watch her son growing up.
American politics are interesting to watch, especially during a presidential election.
I always wear a watch so I know what time it is.
I don't watch a lot of movies, but I can't resist a good documentary.
When you watch television or listen to the radio, the music which you hear is often African in origin.
I wonder when they'll come out with a cell phone in a wrist watch.
They were able to identify him by his wrist watch.
I always watch the weather report before going out in the morning.
Hot weather will continue, so please watch out for food poisoning.
Put all your eggs in one basket and then watch that basket.
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