This man few times to look around. LOOK AROUND (phrasal verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary Learn more. → look around (somewhere/sth): 2.
→ look around (somewhere/sth): . Definition of look round British 1 : to go through a place in order to see what is there : to explore a place The kids looked round the shops while we unpacked.
(also look round (something) especially in British English) to visit a place or building, walking around it to see what is there Let's look around the town this afternoon. I slowly lower it, looking round to see whether those around have noticed my ludicrous action and once I have got my silly fingers firmly back at my side, look round … What is LOOK AROUND (phrasal verb)? burst in with A second man, a hammer and Hilal Saleh, owner Newsagent friend of the owner, who was in the back having a coffee, raced out to help his friend fight off the hammer raider. look round (somewhere/sth) definition: 1. Define LOOK AROUND (phrasal verb) and get synonyms.