Definition of Look After in English :

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Look After meaning in English

Meaning of Look After in English

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Look After

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1. look after

keep under careful scrutiny

Example Sentences:
'Keep an eye on this prisoner!'

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.

Look After

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verb (intr, preposition)
to take care of; be responsible for
she looked after the child while I was out
to follow with the eyes
he looked after the girl thoughtfully

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Look After

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to take care of; watch over

Webster’s New World College Dictionary, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2010 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. All rights reserved.

Look After

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v. looked, look·ing, looks
a. To employ one's sight, especially in a given direction or on a given object: looking out the window; looked at the floor.
b. To search: We looked all afternoon but could not find it.
a. To turn one's glance or gaze: looked to the right.
b. To turn one's attention; attend: looked to his neglected guitar during vacation; looked at the evidence.
c. To turn one's expectations: looked to us for a solution.
3. To seem or appear to be: look morose.
4. To face in a specified direction: The cottage looks on the river.
1. To turn one's eyes on: looked him in the eye.
2. To convey by one's expression: looked annoyance at the judge; looked his devotion to me.
a. To have an appearance of conformity with: He looks his age. She dressed up to look the part.
b. To appear to be: looked the fool in one version of the story.
a. The act or instance of looking: I took just one look and I was sure.
b. A gaze or glance expressive of something: gave her a mournful look.
a. Appearance or aspect: a look of great age.
b. looks Physical appearance, especially when pleasing.
c. A distinctive, unified manner of dress or fashion: the preferred look for this fall.

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