LOOK UP meaning (phrasal verb)


Look up:
to improve

  • Last week business was really slow but this week it’s looking up.

to find information

  • I don’t know how to spell the word encyclopedia. I’m going to look it up in a dictionary.

24 Simple Phrasal Verbs with Look

Phrasal Verbs with Look: look up, look after, look into, look out, look forward to, look over, look down on, look back, look for meaning, look at, …….

What are the differences between look for and look up ? – MyEnglishTeacher.eu

You look for something when you don’t know where it is, but you’d like to find it. You can also look for things that you do not have, for example, a job or a husband/wife. Why are you under the sofa? What are you looking for? I’m looking for my car keys.

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