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A concise dictionary of English slang (2nd edition) . . 2015.

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  • look here! — (informal) Used to draw attention to something, or as an angry response • • • Main Entry: ↑look * * * look here! old fashioned phrase used for getting someone’s attention when you are angry or annoyed about something that they have done Look here …   Useful english dictionary

  • look here — phrasal or look a here used in the imperative as an interjection to call attention and often to preface a protest, reprimand, or order * * * look ˈhere idiom (old fashioned) used to protest about sth • Now look here, it wasn t my fault …   Useful english dictionary

  • look here — listen to what I am going to say. Look here, what kind of fool do you take me for? Usage notes: usually used to show that you are angry or annoyed …   New idioms dictionary

  • look here — look at this, listen to this …   English contemporary dictionary

  • look here! — now listen! pay attention! …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Now Look Here — The Prince of Denmark redirects here. See also Prince Hamlet. Now Look Here Genre Sitcom Created by Barry Cryer Starring Ronnie Corbett Rosemary Leach Linda Hayden Madge Ryan …   Wikipedia

  • look — 1. non standard uses. There are various idiomatic uses of look that are confined to particular parts of the English speaking world and are not part of standard English: for example look you as a way of attracting attention, found in Shakespeare • …   Modern English usage

  • look — ► VERB 1) direct one s gaze in a specified direction. 2) have an outlook in a specified direction. 3) have the appearance or give the impression of being. ► NOUN 1) an act of looking. 2) an expression of a feeling or thought by looking at someone …   English terms dictionary

  • here — W1S1 [hıə US hır] adv [: Old English; Origin: her] 1.) in this place ▪ What are you doing here? ▪ Shall we eat here? ▪ Come here for a minute. ▪ This switch here controls the lights. ▪ My friend here will show you the way. up/down/in/out here …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • here — [ hır ] function word *** Here can be used in the following ways: as an adverb: Wait here. I ll be back in a minute. as an interjection: Here, have a drink of water. 1. ) in or to this place a ) in or to the place where you are: We ve lived here… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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