LOOK EXPRESSIONS-4: meaning and examples
Hello again everyone.
Today we complete our review of expressions with the verb look in them.
Today's first expression is: look out
Meaning: used to warn someone to be careful, especially when there is danger.
Look out! There's a car coming!
Today's second expression is: to look something up
Meaning: to look for (buscar) information in a reference book, for example a dictionary.
If you don't know the meaning of a word, look it up in the dictionary.
Can you please look up the time of the next train? Thank you.
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