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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 she’s changed jobs.
Look at that! Someone’s taken my parking space!
Look at you! It’s eleven o’clock and you’re still in bed.
Look at you, all dressed up in a suit!
I wouldn’t look twice at someone like him.
This is the British English definition of look at. View American English definition of look at.