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USING YOUR EYES OR YOUR MIND 用眼或心
VERB （向某一方向）看，瞧，望 If you look in a particular direction, you direct your eyes in that direction, especially so that you can see what is there or see what something is like.
I looked down the hallway to room number nine...
She turned to look at him...
VERB （大致）浏览，翻阅（书报、杂志等） If you look at a book, newspaper, or magazine, you read it fairly quickly or read part of it.
You've just got to look at the last bit of Act Three.
VERB （尤指专家）检查，察看 If someone, especially an expert, looks at something, they examine it, and then deal with it or say how it should be dealt with.
Can you look at my back? I think something's wrong.
VERB （以某种方式）看，瞧，望 If you look at someone in a particular way, you look at them with your expression showing what you are feeling or thinking.
She looked at him earnestly. 'You don't mind?'
VERB 找；寻 If you look for something, for example something that you have lost, you try to find it.
I'm looking for a child. I believe your husband can help me find her...
I had gone to Maine looking for a place to work...
VERB 寻找，寻求，谋求（解决方案或新的方法） If you are looking for something such as the solution to a problem or a new method, you want it and are trying to obtain it or think of it.
The working group will be looking for practical solutions to the problems faced by doctors...
He's looking for a way out from this conflict.
VERB 考虑；研究 If you look at a subject, problem, or situation, you think about it or study it, so that you know all about it and can perhaps consider what should be done in relation to it.
Next term we'll be looking at the Second World War period...
Anne Holker looks at the pros and cons of making changes to your property...
VERB 看待；对待 If you look at a person, situation, or subject from a particular point of view, you judge them or consider them from that point of view.
Brian had learned to look at her with new respect...
It depends how you look at it.
CONVENTION （用于唤起他人注意）瞧，听着，听我说 You say look when you want someone to pay attention to you because you are going to say something important.
Look, I'm sorry. I didn't mean it...
Now, look, here is how things stand.
VERB （用于让他人注意令人惊讶、重要或使人厌烦的事）瞧，看看 You can use look to draw attention to a particular situation, person, or thing, for example because you find it very surprising, significant, or annoying.
Hey, look at the time! We'll talk about it tonight. All right?...
I mean, look at how many people watch television and how few read books...
VERB （建筑物、窗户等）面向，朝向对着 If something such as a building or window looks somewhere, it has a view of a particular place.
The castle looks over private parkland...
Each front door looks across a narrow alley to the front door opposite.
VERB 打算；准备； 计划 If you are looking to do something, you are aiming to do it.
We're not looking to make a fortune.
...young mums looking to get fit after having kids.
PHRASE 从此一帆风顺；此后蒸蒸日上 If you say that someone did something and then never looked back, you mean that they were very successful from that time on.
I went freelance when my son Adam was born, and have never looked back.
PHRASE 直视 If you look someone in the eye or look them in the face, you look straight at their eyes in a bold and open way, for example in order to make them realize that you are telling the truth.
He could not look her in the eye.
PHRASE 佯作不知；装作没看见 If you say that someone looks the other way, you are critical of them because they pay no attention to something unpleasant that is happening, when they should be dealing with it properly.
Judges and politicians routinely looked the other way while people were tortured or killed by police.
CONVENTION （尤用于对某人言行感到恼火时）喂，你听我说 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.
Now look here, Tim, there really is no need for that kind of reaction.
EXCLAM 当心；小心 If you say or shout 'look out!' to someone, you are warning them that they are in danger.
'Look out!' somebody shouted, as the truck started to roll toward the sea.
PHRASE 上下端详；上下打量 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.
The sales assistant looked me up and down and told me not to try the dress on because she didn't think I would get into it.
V-LINK 显得；看上去 You use look when describing the appearance of a person or thing or the impression that they give.
Sheila was looking miserable...
I shall use the money to make my home look lovely...
N-SING 外表；神态；表情 If someone or something has a particular look, they have a particular appearance or expression.
She had the look of someone deserted and betrayed...
When he came to decorate the kitchen, Kenneth opted for a friendly rustic look...
N-PLURAL 容貌；（尤指）美貌 When you refer to someone's looks, you are referring to how beautiful or ugly they are, especially how beautiful they are.
I never chose people just because of their looks.
...a young woman with wholesome good looks.
V-LINK 看来（要发生）；（情况）显得 You use look when indicating what you think will happen in the future or how a situation seems to you.
He had lots of time to think about the future, and it didn't look good...
Britain looks set to send a major force of over 100 tanks and supporting equipment...
PHRASE 从…的外表（或表面）看来 You use expressions such as by the look of him and by the looks of it when you want to indicate that you are giving an opinion based on the appearance of someone or something.
He was not a well man by the look of him...
By the look of things, Mr Stone and company will stay busy.
PHRASE 担心…引起危险（或麻烦） If you don't like the look of something or someone, you feel that they may be dangerous or cause problems.
I don't like the look of those clouds.
PHRASE 如何；怎样 If you ask what someone or something looks like, you are asking for a description of them.