Phrasal verbs - Meaning of look round

Phrasal verbs

What does look round mean?

Here is the meaning of look round with examples:

"look round"


(Also look around)
1. To search or inspect a building or place.
2. To turn one's head to see what is around.


Check the phrasal verb look round in a sentence:

1. I looked around the house, but unfortunately, I decided not to buy it because it wasn't big enough for me.
I can't find my keys, so I'll look round.
2. The guard heard a loud noise and looked around. He saw something suspicious at the entrance of the building.
"When I woke up, I was in bed. I looked around and saw that I was in a hospital. My head hurt, and my right eye was sore and swollen." Back from Oblivion and into Reality By Rudy DePaola.

Look round - Phrasal verb

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