- Used other than as an idiom: see look, at.
- (transitive) To observe or watch (something).
1944, Miles Burton, chapter 5, in The Three Corpse Trick:
- The dinghy was trailing astern at the end of its painter, and Merrion looked at it as he passed. He saw that it was a battered-looking affair of the prahm type, with a blunt snout, and like the parent ship, had recently been painted a vivid green.
- (transitive) To study (something) visually.
- (transitive) To consider.
- I looked at the possibility of buying a new car, but my current one still runs great and it's paid off.
to observe or watch
to study visually
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