1. To employ one's sight, especially in a given direction or on a given object:
looking out the window; looked at the floor.
2. To search:
We looked all afternoon but could not find it.
3. To turn one's glance or gaze:
looked to the right.
4. To turn one's attention; attend:
looked to his neglected guitar during vacation.
5. To turn one's expectations:
looked to us for a solution.
6. To seem or appear to be:
7. To face in a specified direction:
The cottage looks on the river.
8. To turn one's eyes on:
looked him in the eye.
9. To convey by one's expression:
looked annoyance at the judge; looked his devotion to me.
10. To have an appearance of conformity with:
He looks his age. She dressed up to look the part.
11. To appear to be:
looked the fool in one version of the story.
12. The act or instance of looking:
I took just one look and I was sure.
13. A gaze or glance expressive of something:
gave her a mournful look.
14. Appearance or aspect:
a look of great age.
15. looks Physical appearance, especially when pleasing.
16. A distinctive, unified manner of dress or fashion:
the preferred look for this fall.
17. To take care of:
looked after his younger brother.
18. To search for; seek:
looking for my gloves.
19. To expect:
Look for a change of weather in March.
20. To regard in a certain way:
looked on them as incompetents.
21. To be watchful or careful; take care:
If you don't look out, you may fall on the ice. We looked out for each other on the trip.
22. To expect:
He looked to hear from her.
23. To seem about to; promise to:
“an ‘Action Program,’ which . . . looked to reduce tariffs on over 1,800 items”(Alan D Romberg)
24. To search for and find, as in a reference book.
25. To visit:
look up an old friend.
26. To become better; improve:
Things are at last looking up.
27. To be critical or suspicious of something one has received without expense.
28. To act or respond quickly:
Look alive! We leave in five minutes.
29. To regard with contempt or condescension.
30. To regard with contempt or condescension.
31. To think of (a future event) with pleasurable, eager anticipation:
looking forward to graduation.
32. To admire:
looked up to the older poet.
33. Middle English loken
34. from Old English l?cian
源自 古英语 l?cian