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|present participle||looking at|
|past tense||looked at|
|past participle||looked at|
We’re looking carefully at all the options.
Would you like me to look at your essay before you hand it in?
I’d like a skin specialist to look at that rash of yours.
Look at Helen. She’s much happier now that she has a new job.
Look at that! Someone’s taken my parking space!
Look at you, all dressed up in a suit!
Look at you! It’s eleven o’clock and you’re still in bed.
I wouldn’t look twice at someone like him.
This is the American English definition of look at. View British English definition of look at.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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