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‪Look Out - Phrasal Verb



Look Out – to pay attention for for something or someone

  • I always look out for snakes when I go hiking.
  • The girls are looking out for their father. He should be home soon.
  • My dog always look out for cats.
  • Can you look out for the mail man? I want have something to give him or her.

Look Out – to watch out for danger

  • We need someone to look out for bear and wild animals.
  • The police are always looking out for criminals.
  • The dogs on the look out for any danger.
  • Who is going to look out tonight?


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