||look very nice, very well dressed and groomed
||She looks very sharp in her new suit-like a model!
|look the other way
||try not to notice, turn the other way
||The officer saw the liquor, but he looked the other way.
|look up a dead horse's ass [B]
||do a worthless task, do a pointless exercise, pissing into the wind
||If they want a tax-free society, they may as well be looking up a dead horse's ass!
|look up to
||Ian looks up to his brother. He respects James a lot.
|look up/look it up
||find it in a book
||Please look up the word guru.
||(See things are looking up)
||Canadian one-dollar coin
||I bought this rose for one loonie!
||mental hospital, nut house
||If you ride that giraffe downtown they'll put you in the loony bin.
||drunk, loaded, smashed
||You were looped last night. You don't remember what happened.
||(See a loose cannon)