Phrasal Verbs with LOOK in English

Phrasal Verbs with LOOK in English, phrasal verbs look, definitions and example sentences;


Phrasal Verbs with LOOK

Look over

to examine something quickly

We will look over these figures for you.


Look through

to read something quickly

I have looked through the book but I have had no chance to read it completely.


Look after

to watch or take care of someone or something

I look after my friend’s fish when she is away.


Look ahead

to think about what may happen in the future

They need to look ahead to make a decision for their company.


Look round

to visit a place and look at the things in it

I will spend all day looking round the city.


Look at

to think about a subject carefully

We are looking at the various possibilities.


Look back

to think about something that happened in the past

When I look back, I’m filled with happiness.


Look for

to search for someone or something, to seek

I am looking for Susan. Have you seen her?