look like‘No, do not look like that, lassie.
have a lookGo and have a look.
look out‘I shall look out for a move.’
do not look‘No, do not look like that, lassie.
i lookKeoi look like ordinary human individuals — men and women — and in fact they were this at some time, but they performed a forbidden act which transformed them into keoi .
look backAt the bad moments don't look back and think, Well at least I'm a major in the British Army.
look upTravis didn't look up.
look throughErm you can have a look look through if you want.
have to lookFor that we have to look elsewhere.
must lookWe must look to the pattern of judicial decisions over time.
need to lookwe'd need to look at it again, wouldn't we?
should lookIt should look quite attractive.
look forwardThey look forward to other assistance from Europe in respect of the social charter.
go to look
try to look‘At least try to look serious.
then lookWe will then look at him on Saturday to see if there is a reaction.
when you lookWhich is, of course, totally ridiculous, when you look at it rationally.
look insideHe begged permission to look inside it, which the airport authorities granted, knowing that he could neither fly nor navigate.
when we lookNow a look ahead to a series of special reports on Central next week, when we look at the future of transport.
look soYou all look so handsome.’
look evenThey say he recruits them so he can look even more golden and gorgeous by contrast.’
look veryIt doesn't look very promising.
look at somethingIf you look at something like the Institute for Group Psychotherapy in London, it's founded on other writings than Freud's writings on Group Psychology.
go and lookI can go and look at their one.
look goodTo sum up the ‘Caribbean range’ as Aerospatiale describe the TB series, they definitely look good on the apron.
begin to look