a look round
- British an occasion when you walk around a room, building, or place in order to see what is there
We can have a look around the village after lunch.
English dictionary. 2014.
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look round something — ˌlook aˈround/ˈround (sth) derived to visit a place or building, walking around it to see what is there • Let s look round the town this afternoon. Main entry: ↑lookderived … Useful english dictionary
look-round — lookˈ round noun Inspection • • • Main Entry: ↑look … Useful english dictionary
look round — phrasal verb look around or look round Word forms look around : present tense I/you/we/they look around he/she/it looks around present participle looking around past tense looked around past participle looked around 1) British look around/round… … English dictionary
look round — verb a) To inspect a building or area. Were interested in buying this house, can we look round tomorrow? b) To search a place. I cant find my keys, so Ill look round … Wiktionary
look round — phr verb Look round is used with these nouns as the object: ↑room … Collocations dictionary
look round for something — ˌlook aˈround/ˈround for sth derived to search for sth in a number of different places • We re looking around for a house in this area. Main entry: ↑lookderived … Useful english dictionary
look round — look at the surroundings, see around, observe the area … English contemporary dictionary
look round — (BE) see look around * * * [ lʊk raʊnd] (BE) see look around … Combinatory dictionary
look round — see look around … English dictionary
ˌlook ˈround (sth) — phrasal verb British same as look around (sth) … Dictionary for writing and speaking English
look round — … Useful english dictionary