Phrasal verb LOOK UP (SOMETHING)

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    To look up something (or look something up) is to try and find a piece of information in a book (such as a dictionary, directory, thesaurus or encyclopaedia), or by using a computer.

    Examples of use:

    1. I’m looking up information about phrasal verbs.
    2. Look up the meaning of new English words in your dictionary.
    3. I looked up her telephone number in the telephone directory.
    4. Q. What are you doing ?

    A. I’m looking up the population of Brazil for my geography project.


    infinitive look up
    present simple look up and looks up
    -ing form looking up
    past simple looked up
    past participle looked up






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