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1-using eyes [countable, usually singular] an act of looking at somebody/something

: C, 주로 단수로.  보기, (쳐다살펴)봄; 눈길

*look at somebody/something

*look around

e.g.)

Here, have a look at this.   [*look at somebody/something]                                                            

                                                                                                     여기, 이것 한번 봐.

Take a look at these figures!                                                                                                               

                                                                                                     이 수치들을 한번 봐요!

Make sure you get a good look at their faces.                                                                                                      반드시 그들의 얼굴을 잘 살펴보세요.

One look at his face and Jenny stopped laughing.                 그의 얼굴을 한 번 쳐다보더니 제니가 웃음을 그쳤다.

Alex and Michael exchanged looks (= they looked at each other).

It's an interesting place. Do you want to take a look around?   [*look around]

                                                                               이곳은 재미있는 곳이에요. 한번 둘러보시겠어요?

Did you get a look at his new car?

Have a look out of the window and see who's at the door.

I had a brief look through the report before the meeting.

I managed to steal a look at the exam paper.

She chanced a look behind her.

He couldn't resist a quick look in the mirror.

She decided the property warranted a second look.

She walked out of the door without a backward look.

Take a closer look at it.

The jury is expected to get a first-hand look at the murder scene today.

A look passed between them (= they looked at each other).                                                                               그들 사이에 눈길이 오갔다.

 

Ref)

[Oxford Collocations Dictionary]

[명사]로 look이(가) 사용될 때

1. act of looking at/considering something의 의미인 경우

*형용사

• little | brief, cursory, quick | careful, close, close-up(esp. AmE), detailed, in-depth | first-hand(esp. AmE) | nostalgic | critical, hard, honest, realistic, serious, uncompromising | humorous, light-hearted | interesting | revealing | behind-the-scenes, inside | fresh

e.g.)

Take a closer look at it.

The authors take an in-depth look at topical money issues.

The jury is expected to get a first-hand look at the murder scene today.

The book takes a nostalgic look at the golden age of steam trains.

You should take a long, hard look at your reasons for wanting to join the army.

The book takes a humorous look at parenthood.

This is an interesting look at Soviet foreign policy.

Tonight, a revealing look at the King of Pop's thrilling rise to stardom.

The documentary provides an inside look at life in the army.

I think it's time to take a fresh look at our sales techniques.

 

*동사 + look

• have, take | get | sneak, steal | offer, provide | warrant

e.g.)

Did you get a look at his new car?

These tours offer a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the TV show.

She decided the property warranted a second look.

 

*전치사

• look at | look in | look into | look out of | look over | look through | look towards/toward

e.g.)

I managed to steal a look at the exam paper.

She couldn't resist a quick look in the mirror.

Have a look out of the window and see who's at the door.

If you take a look over the past few years, it's not unusual.

I had a brief look through the report before the meeting.

The book concludes with a look towards/toward the future.

 

 

2-search [countable, usually singular] an act of trying to find something/somebody

: C, 주로 단수로.  찾아보기

*look for something/somebody

*look + adv./prep.

e.g.)

I've had a good look for it, but I can't find it.   [*look for something/somebody]

                                                                              내가 그것을 잘 찾아보았는데 찾아낼 수가 없어.

I had a look for websites on Egyptian music, but didn't find anything.

I had a furtive look in her bag when her back was turned.   [*look + adv./prep.]

 

Ref)

[Oxford Collocations Dictionary]

[명사]로 look이(가) 사용될 때

2. exploring/looking for something의 의미인 경우

*형용사

• good | little, quick | furtive

e.g.)

I had a furtive look in her bag when her back was turned.

 

*동사 + look

• have | chance

e.g.)

She chanced a look behind her.

 

*전치사

• look around | look round(esp. BrE) | look for

e.g.)

We had a good look around the old town.

I had a look for websites on Egyptian music, but didn't find anything.

 

 

3-examine a problem/situation [countable, usually singular] an act of examining a problem or situation carefully

*look at something

*look towards something

e.g.)

I gave the figures a quick look.

a brief/an in-depth look

We'll be taking a close look at these proposals (= examining them carefully).   [*look at something]

                                                                                  우리가 이 제안들을 면밀히 살펴볼 것이다.

I think it's time to take a fresh look at our sales techniques.

You should take a long, hard look at your reasons for wanting to join the army.

The book concludes with a look towards the future.   *look towards something

 

 

4-expression [countable] an expression in your eyes or face

: C (눈·얼굴의) 표정

*look of something
e.g.)

He didn't like the look in her eyes.                                         그는 그녀의 눈에 담긴 표정이 마음에 들지 않았다.

She had a worried look on her face.                                           그녀는 얼굴에 걱정스러운 표정을 띠고 있었다.

He gave me a funny look.

I got a black look from Amy.

a look of disgust/horror/shock/surprise   [*look of something]

A doubtful look crossed his face.

We got a number of curious looks from passers-by.

There were a lot of knowing looks in the audience.

He caught her look, and shrugged.

He darted her a look of contempt.

He opened the door with a scornful look on his face.

A panicked look crossed his face.

His comment was greeted by a puzzled look.

I was given a stern look by a plainclothes policeman.

My relatives gave me quizzical looks when I told them the news.

Sara returned his look with one of her own.

She had a puzzled look in her eyes.

She threw him an angry look.

Take that smug look off your face!

The guilty look on his face told us all we needed to know.

The man had a wild look in his eyes.

 

Ref)

[Oxford Collocations Dictionary]

[명사]로 look이(가) 사용될 때

4. expression on somebody's face의 의미인 경우

*형용사

• angry, black, dark, dirty, nasty, severe, sharp, stern | scathing, scornful, withering | fierce, furious, murderous | annoyed, disapproving, exasperated | cold, cool, steely | disappointed, hurt, pained, reproachful | disgusted, horrified, shocked | incredulous, startled, stunned, surprised | desperate, frantic, panicked, scared, terrified | anxious, apprehensive, concerned, doubtful, worried | glum, sad | grim, haunted | sideways, suspicious, wary | cautious | blank, dazed, distant, dreamy, faraway, glazed, vacant | wild | funny, odd, strange, weird | baffled, bemused, bewildered, confused, puzzled | curious, inquiring, meaningful, questioning, quizzical, sceptical/skeptical, searching | thoughtful | knowing, shrewd | penetrating, piercing | earnest, intense, intent, steady | hungry | bold, challenging, determined | smug, triumphant | mischievous, sly, wicked | amused, wry | innocent, wide-eyed | coy, shy | loving, sympathetic | grateful | pleading | apologetic, guilty, hangdog, sheepish

e.g.)

She threw him a dirty look.

I was given a stern look by a plainclothes policeman.

A panicked look crossed his face.

They had worried looks on their faces.

The man had a wild look in his eyes.

He gave me a funny look.

His comment was greeted by a puzzled look.

My relatives gave me quizzical looks when I told them the news.

The two girls exchanged knowing looks.

The guilty look on his face told us all we needed to know.

 

*동사 + look

• have | cast (somebody), dart (somebody), flash (somebody), give (somebody), shoot (somebody), throw (somebody) | get | catch | exchange | return | fake, feign

e.g.)

I got a black look from Amy.

He caught her look, and shrugged.

They exchanged meaningful looks.

Sara returned his look with one of her own.

Jessica feigned a stern look.

 

*전치사

• look from | look of

e.g.)

A withering look from his wife silenced him.

He darted her a look of contempt.

 

*Phrases

• a ... look in sb's eyes | a ... look on sb's face | take that look off your face(esp. BrE) | wipe that look off your face(esp. AmE)

e.g.)

She had a puzzled look in her eyes.

He opened the door with a scornful look on his face.

Wipe that smug look off your face before I slap you!

 

 

5- appearance [countable] the way somebody/something looks; the appearance of somebody/something

: C, 주로 단수로 (…의) 겉보기[(겉)모습]

*by/from the look(s) of something/somebody

e.g.)

Looks can be deceptive.                                                                겉모습은 거짓될[사람을 현혹할] 수가 있다.

a fabric with the look of silk

Use high-quality paper to give your CV a more professional look.

I don't like the look of that guy (= I don't trust him, judging by his appearance).

                                                                                             나는 저 사람 모습이 마음에 안 들어.

It's going to rain today by the look of it (= judging by appearances).   

[*by/from the look(s) of something/somebody]

                                                                                           보아 하니 오늘 비가 올 것 같다.

From the looks of things, he was not at all happy.

He still had a youthful look about him.

I didn't like the look of the salad so I didn't touch it.

Joe isn't getting much sleep from the look of him.

We used a computer to help us achieve this three-dimensional look.

By the looks of it, someone's already staying in this room.

 

Ref)

[Oxford Collocations Dictionary]

[명사]로 look이(가) 사용될 때

5. somebody/something's appearance의 의미인 경우

*형용사

• overall | finished | professional | classic, modern | clean, minimalist | distinctive | youthful

e.g.)

the overall look of the house

The finished look is perfect for any special party.

Use high-quality paper to give your job application a more professional look.

a classic look that is easy to update

She wanted a modern clean look for the apartment.

The products have a distinctive look.

 

*동사 + look

• have | like | achieve

e.g.)

I didn't like the look of the salad so I didn't touch it.

We used a computer to help us achieve this three-dimensional look.

 

*전치사

• by the look of somebody/something | from the look of somebody/something | look about | look of

e.g.)

Joe isn't getting much sleep from the look of him.

By the looks of it, someone's already staying in this room.

He still had a youthful look about him.

a fabric with the look of silk.

 

 

6-looks [plural] a person’s appearance, especially when the person is attractive

SEE ALSO.  good-looking

: pl. (looks) (특히 매력적인) 외모, 매력

e.g.)

She has her father's good looks.                                                       그녀는 아버지의 잘생긴 외모를 닮았다.

He lost his looks (= became less attractive) in later life.                          그가 나이 들어서는 매력이 없어졌다.

All the men sport rock star looks.

his clean-cut, boyish good looks

 

Ref)

[Oxford Collocations Dictionary]

[명사]로 look이(가) 사용될 때

6. somebody's attractiveness의 의미인 경우

*형용사

• good | striking | classic | boyish, clean-cut, youthful

e.g.)

He had classic good looks.

his clean-cut, boyish good looks

 

*동사 + looks

• have | lose

e.g.)

She's lost her looks.

 

 

7- fashion [singular] a fashion; a style

SEE ALSO.  wet look

: sing.  스타일

e.g.)

They've given the place a completely new look.                               그들이 그 곳의 스타일을 완전히 바꿔 놓았다.

Wear the top with jeans for a more casual look.

She wanted a modern clean look for the apartment.

You can complete that sophisticated look with make-up and accessories.

In this issue we show you how to create a signature look for yourself.

The classic look never goes out of fashion.

The finished look is perfect for any special party.

She said she was aiming for a more sophisticated look.

The products have a distinctive look.

We show you how to get the look you want.

The punk look is back in fashion.                                                                   펑크스타일이 다시 유행이다.

 

Ref)

[Oxford Collocations Dictionary]

[명사]로 look이(가) 사용될 때

7. fashion/style의 의미인 경우

*형용사

• latest, new | casual, dressy | classic | sophisticated | individual, signature

e.g.)

In this issue we show you how to create a signature look for yourself.

 

*동사 + look

• have | sport, wear | give somebody/something | create, recreate | complete

e.g.)

All the men sport rock star looks.

They've given the place a completely new look this year.

You can complete that sophisticated look with make-up and accessories.

 

*look + 동사

• be back in | be back in fashion | come back in | come back in fashion | go out | go out of fashion

e.g.)

Big hair is back in fashion.

The classic look never goes out of fashion.

 

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