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I could tell by the look on his face that he was not happy.
He had that look in his eyes that always meant trouble.
She gave me a worried look.
I don't know why he's giving me such dirty looks.
She saw the look of surprise on Nicky's face.
The town had a very run-down look about it.
By the looks of him, he hadn't had a wash for days.
I don't like the look of him.
We need to have a look at the way we deal with orders.
You seem to be permanently stressed out – I think you should take a long hard look at your life.
Insurance companies are taking a fresh look at Singapore's earthquake risks.
This is the British English definition of look. View American English definition of look.
the sending of images and photographs from one mobile phone to another