Phrasal Verbs with Look
帶有look的短語

1. Look after
照顧

To take care of someone or something
照顧某事

I need to find someone who can look after my dogs this weekend while I’m on holiday.
我需要找個人在這個周末我度假的時候照顧我的狗。

2. Look ahead
向前看

To think about and plan the future
思考和規劃未來

Let’s look ahead to next month’s projected sales figures.
讓我們展望下個月的預計銷售數字。

3. Look around/round
環顧四周

Visit a place and see what is there
去一個地方看看有什么

Do you want to have a look around/round town this afternoon?
今天下午你想去城里看看嗎?

4. Look at
看看

To consider or examine something, usually before making a decision
考慮或檢查某物,通常在作出決定之前

We will have to look at all the proposals before coming to any decision.
在作出任何決定之前,我們將不得不考慮所有的建議。

To read something quickly
快速閱讀

Can you have a look at the notes I gave you last week?
你能看看我上周給你的筆記嗎?

To confront or face something
面對某事

He is looking at a large fine if he doesn’t comply with the court order.
如果他不遵守法庭的命令,他將被處以巨額罰款。

5. Look back
回首

To think about something in the past
想過去的事

When I look back on my childhood, I realise how lucky I was to not have any responsibilities.
當我回顧我的童年,我意識到我是多么幸運,沒有任何責任。

6. Look down on
看不起

To consider someone inferior; to believe that you are better than someone else
認為某人不如你;相信你比別人強

I hate the way that our boss looks down on us; she treats us as if we are less important than her.
我討厭老板看不起我們的樣子;她把我們當作不如她重要。

7. Look for
尋找

Try to find or search for someone or something
試圖找到或搜索某人或某事

Can you help me look for my keys? I seem to have mislaid them.
你能幫我找鑰匙嗎?我好像把它們放錯地方了。

8. Look forward to
期待

To be excited about something that will happen in the future
對將來發生的事情感到興奮

I am really looking forward to Christmas this year, as my family are coming to visit.
我真的很期待今年的圣誕節,因為我的家人要來拜訪我。

9. Look in on
拜訪

To visit someone for a short time
短期拜訪某人

Look in on your grandmother on your way home to make sure she has everything she needs.
在回家的路上看看你的祖母,確保她有她所需要的一切。

10. Look into
仔細調查

To investigate or find out more about something
調查或發現更多關于某事的事情

I don’t have that information to hand but I will look into it and get back to you.
我沒有這個信息,但我會查一下再給你。

11. Look on

To watch an event or an activity without taking part in it or getting involved
觀看一個事件或活動,但是不參加

I looked on as my friends danced around the room.
我看著朋友們在房間里跳舞。

12. Look out
當心

Warning someone to be careful or to be vigilant
警告某人小心或警惕

Look out! There is broken glass on the floor!
留神!地板上有碎玻璃!

13. Look out for something or someone
留心某人或某物

Be vigilant; try to notice something or keep an eye out for something or someone in particular
保持警惕;注意某事或特別注意某事或某人

Look out for hummingbirds in the garden, they are often seen here.
注意花園里的蜂鳥,他們經常在這里看到。

14. Look out for someone
照看

Take care of someone, protect them and make sure they are alright
照顧某人,確保他們安全

I have always looked out for my little sister.
我一直在照顧我的妹妹。

15. Look over
仔細檢查

Check or revise something, usually quickly
檢查或修改某物,通常很快

Can you look over my thesis and tell me what you think I need to improve?
你能看一下我的論文并告訴我你認為我需要改進的地方嗎?

17. Look to
依賴

To rely on someone or something for help or advice
依靠某人或某物尋求幫助或建議

We have always looked to our mother for guidance.
我們總是向母親尋求指導。

18. Look through
仔細瀏覽

Examine or read something, usually briefly
檢查或閱讀某事,通常是簡短的

Can you have a look through this report before I hand it to the boss please?
在我把這份報告交給老板之前,你能看一下嗎?

19. To be looking up
有好轉

Getting better or improving
變得越來越好或者有所改進

Our financial situation finally seems to be looking up.
我們的財務狀況似乎終于好轉了。

20. Look something up
尋找信息

To search for information
尋找信息

We can look up the restaurant’s address on the internet.
我們可以在網上查餐廳的地址。

21. Look someone up
看望某人

Go to visit someone; find an old friend
去拜訪某人,一個老朋友。

Look me up if you are ever in Ireland!
如果你在愛爾蘭,就來找我!

22. Look up to someone
尊敬某人

To admire or respect someone
欽佩或尊敬某人

I have always looked up to my father.
我一直很尊敬我的父親。

23. Look upon/on someone or something
看待

To consider or regard someone or something in a particular way
以特定的方式考慮或看待某人或某事

I have always looked upon/on my mother as a friend.
我一直把我母親看作朋友。

24. Look away
移開

To turn your eyes away from someone or something that gives a bad feeling such as fear, shame, pain, disgust or embarrassment
把你的眼睛從給人一種不好的感覺的人或事物上移開,如恐懼、羞恥、痛苦、厭惡或困窘

I looked away as the doctor peeled the bandage off my arm.
醫生把繃帶從我胳膊上剝下來時,我把頭移開。