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Перевод:

Verb: смотреть выглядеть посмотреть поискать
Interjection: смотри
Noun: вид взгляд взор внешность

Фразы:

beseeching look - молящий взгляд

to cast an eye / a glance / a look - бросить взгляд

to look at smth. closely - пристально посмотреть на что-л.

to look daggers at smb. - злобно смотреть, бросать гневные взгляды на кого-л.

to look out from the delve - выглядывать из норы

to look smb. in the face - смотреть кому-л. в глаза

to look on a plan with favour - одобрять план

to look first-class - прекрасно выглядеть

to gaze / stare / look fixedly - пристально смотреть

forbidding look - отталкивающая внешность

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Примеры:

How do I look? - Как я выгляжу?

Look to your health. - Следите за своим здоровьем.

How does she look? - Как она выглядит?

My room looks south. - Моя комната выходит на юг.

My sister doesn't look anything like me. - Моя сестра совсем не похожа на меня.

It looks like rain(ing). - Похоже, что будет дождь.

This project looks fishy. - Этот план выглядит сомнительно.

What did the man look like? - Как выглядел этот мужчина?

What are you looking for here? - Что ты здесь ищешь?

I can't find them anywhere. Have a look yourself. - Я не могу их нигде найти. Посмотрите сами.

He went out to have a look. - Он вышел, чтобы посмотреть (в чём дело).

Look out, there's a deer crossing the road! - Осторожно, дорогу перебегает олень!

The child looks unhappy. - У этого ребёнка недовольный вид.

He was looking over his shoulder. - Он оглядывался через плечо. / Он постоянно был начеку.

The house looks north. - Дом смотрит на север.

You don't look your age! - Вы выглядите моложе! / Вам столько не дашь!

Try looking under the bed. - Попробуй поискать под кроватью. / Попробуй заглянуть под кровать.

She had a faraway look in her eyes. - У неё был отсутствующий взгляд.

He looked his thanks. - Весь его вид выражал благодарность.

When you take a walk, look around you. - Когда вы гуляете, смотрите вокруг (наслаждайтесь видами).

Many people who enjoy fast sports are looking for excitement. - Многие люди, которые любят скоростные виды спорта, ищут в них острых ощущений.

I'll look over your carelessness this time, but be more careful in future. - Сейчас я прощу тебе твою небрежность, но в следующий раз будь внимательнее.

The future's looking good. - Будущее выглядит хорошо.

He gave it a good looking at. - Он хорошенько рассмотрел это.

He was looked upon as an authority. - Его считали авторитетом.

I took a quick look, but he wasn't there. - Я бросил быстрый взгляд, но его там не было.

Don't look round now, but I think we're being followed. - Не оглядывайся, но мне кажется, что за нами кто-то идёт.

The boys watched the football match by looking through a hole in the fence. - Ребята смотрели футбольный матч через дыру в заборе.

This month, take a long hard look (=examine very carefully) at where your money is going. - В этом месяце внимательно посмотрите (т.е. очень тщательно исследуйте), куда идут ваши деньги.

The hippy look is back again. - Выглядеть /одеваться/ как хиппи — снова модно.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you look after someone or something, you do what is necessary to keep them healthy, safe, or in good condition.

If you look ahead, you think about what is going to happen in the future and perhaps make plans for the future.

If you look around or look round a building or place, you walk round it and look at the different parts of it.

If you look back, you think about things that happened in the past.

To look down on someone means to consider that person to be inferior or unimportant, usually when this is not true.

If you look forward to something that is going to happen, you want it to happen because you think you will enjoy it.

If you look in on a person or place, you visit them for a short time, usually when you are on your way somewhere else.

If a person or organization is looking into a possible course of action, a problem, or a situation, they are finding out about it and examining the facts relating to it.

If you look on while something happens, you watch it happening without taking part yourself.

If you look on while something happens, you watch it happening without taking part yourself.

If you say or shout ' look out!' to someone, you are warning them that they are in danger.

If you look out for something, you pay attention to things so that you notice it if or when it occurs.

If you look something over, you examine it quite quickly in order to get a general idea of what it is like.

If you look through a group of things, you examine each one so that you can find or choose the one that you want.

If you look to someone or something for a particular thing that you want, you expect or hope that they will provide it.

If you look up a fact or a piece of information, you find it out by looking in something such as a reference book or a list.

to think of (as); consider

If you look up to someone, especially someone older than you, you respect and admire them.

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Связанные термины:

look-in: If you look in on a person or place, you visit them for a short time, usually when you are on your way somewhere else.

look on: If you look on while something happens, you watch it happening without taking part yourself.

look to: If you look to someone or something for a particular thing that you want, you expect or hope that they will provide it.

look up: If you look up a fact or a piece of information, you find it out by looking in something such as a reference book or a list .

look back: If you look back, you think about things that happened in the past.

look down: to express or show contempt or disdain (for)

look for: to search or hunt for

look here: You say look here when you are going to say something important to someone, especially when you are angry at what they have done or said .

look into: If a person or organization is looking into a possible course of action, a problem, or a situation, they are finding out about it and examining the facts relating to it.

look out: If you say or shout ' look out! ' to someone, you are warning them that they are in danger .

look over: If you look something over, you examine it quite quickly in order to get a general idea of what it is like .

look-see: a brief inspection or look

look sick: to be outclassed

look upon: to think of ( as ); consider

New Look: that has a new appearance or has been revamped in some way

wet look: a shiny finish given to certain clothing and footwear materials, esp plastic and leather

black look: If someone gives you a black look, they look at you in a way that shows that they are very angry about something.

dirty look: If someone gives you a dirty look, they look at you in a way which shows that they are angry with you.

look after: If you look after someone or something, you do what is necessary to keep them healthy, safe, or in good condition.

look ahead: If you look ahead, you think about what is going to happen in the future and perhaps make plans for the future.

look-alike: a person or thing that resembles or is made to resemble another, esp. another that is famous, prestigious, etc.

look alive!: hurry up! get busy !

look around: If you look around or look round a building or place, you walk round it and look at the different parts of it.

look lively: make haste

look sharp: to hurry up; make haste

look askance: If you look askance at someone or something, you have a doubtful or suspicious attitude towards them.

look daggers: to glare with hostility ; scowl

look through: If you look through a group of things, you examine each one so that you can find or choose the one that you want .

look up to: If you look up to someone, especially someone older than you, you respect and admire them.

look a sight: to look untidy, ridiculous, etc.

look down on: To look down on someone means to consider that person to be inferior or unimportant, usually when this is not true .

look in (on): to pay a brief visit (to)

look out for: If you look out for something, you pay attention to things so that you notice it if or when it occurs.

not look at: to refuse to consider

the New Look: a fashion in women's clothes introduced in 1947, characterized by long full skirts

look the part: to dress or behave in the way that is characteristic of a particular kind of person

look a shadow of: You use look when describing the appearance of a person or thing or the impression that they give.

look daggers at: to look at with anger or hatred

look forward to: If you look forward to something that is going to happen, you want it to happen because you think you will enjoy it.

look-say method: a method of teaching beginners to read by memorizing and recognizing whole words, rather than by associating letters with sounds

look up and down: to search everywhere

never look back: to become increasingly successful

look (like) oneself: to appear to be in normal health, spirits, etc.

look the other way: to deliberately ignore something unpleasant, immoral, or illegal that is happening when you should be trying to deal with it or stop it from happening

to look one's best: If you look your best, you are looking as smart and attractive as you can.

look after number one: to selfishly put your own needs and interests before everyone else's

look sb up and down: If someone looks you up and down, they direct their eyes from your head to your feet, in a rude and superior way and often as though they disapprove of you.

look to one's laurels: to be on guard against one's rivals

look to your laurels: to work hard or think seriously about what you are doing, in order to make sure that you continue to be successful

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Однокоренные слова:

look about - осматриваться, оглянуться вокруг, ориентироваться, оглядываться по сторонам
look ahead - смотреть вперед, думать о будущем
look around - осмотреться, озираться, оглядываться кругом
look away - отводить взгляд, смотреть,
look back - оглядываться, оглядываться на прошлое, вспоминать прошлое
look down - смотреть свысока, смотреть сверху вниз, презирать, падать
look forward - предвкушать, ожидать, ждать, ожидать
look in - заглянуть, навещать, смотреть телепередачу
look into something - изучать
look on - смотреть, считать, наблюдать, смотреть как на, считать за
look out - высматривать, выглядывать, быть настороже, подыскивать, иметь вид, выходить на
look over - просматривать, осматривать, перебирать, проглядеть, не заметить, простить
look round - озираться, оглядываться кругом, взвесить все
look through - просматривать, смотреть в, перелистать, видеть насквозь
look up - искать, смотреть вверх, поднимать глаза, улучшаться, навещать, повышаться

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