1. seek information from;
She just grunted, not deigning to look up from the page.
to look up a number in the telephone directory
Look up the trains to Beijing in the timetable.
Please look up a fast train to Leeds.
Children should look up to their parents.
Who would look up to us?
You're a popular girl, Grace, and a lot of the younger ones look up to you.
Many people have to look up the meaning of this word in the dictionary.
He turned his face to look up at the sky in a carefree manner.
Carrie was sipping coffee, and did not look up.
Scarlett knew what that meant, knew Melanie wanted her to look up.
I couldn't look up. My eyes were getting wet.
Help the boy to look up the book in the catalogue.
It degrades to stoop -- it is glorious to look up.
We can look up the word in the dictionary.
There is relatively little information about look up, maybe you can watch a bilingual story to relax your mood, I wish you a happy day!
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