Look Up – Phrasal Verb English Lesson

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Look Up
When you look something up you check it or search for information in some kind of reference book or online. etc.

  • I always advise my students to look up unfamiliar words in an English-English dictionary.
  • I looked up the phone number of a restaurant.

What have you looked up recently?

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