Definition of 'look through'
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Some might have been looking through one of the many telescopes trained on the mountain. Times, Sunday Times (2008)We look through the photo books again. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We look through bars at something resembling a giant hedgehog or slug. The Times Literary Supplement (2010)Look through your recipe books or online to see what you can use up. The Sun (2012)You can see how life looks through the eyes of others and this helps you handle relationships well. The Sun (2009)When the moment finally comes, one look through his cataract lenses is all it takes. Christianity Today (2000)You can see how situations look through other people's eyes and help to mend quarrels. The Sun (2006)In some of these crazy cameras there isn't one to look through. Times, Sunday Times (2009)You can see how life looks through other people's eyes. The Sun (2010)The way you see how life looks through your partner's eyes upgrades a relationship. The Sun (2013)Since investors look through book earnings to true economic income, the stock price is unaffected. Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)I remember looking through those books and finding a knowledge. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Your ability to see how life looks through other people's eyes helps you to untangle situations at home. The Sun (2008)You can see how life looks through the eyes of other people, which helps you give golden advice. The Sun (2006)You can see how life looks through others' eyes and this makes you a wonderful friend and an awesome partner. The Sun (2011)You can look through it and see a hundred different angles, but none is more beautiful than the stone itself. WALKING THE BIBLE (2001)You see how life looks through the eyes of others, giving you the edge when there are deals to be done. The Sun (2012)I looked through all our books. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Looking through the record books, it is difficult to find anything so extreme at a football match at this time of year. Times, Sunday Times (2006)But I looked through the book yesterday and found a huge number of favourite dishes in it. Times, Sunday Times (2013)She's paranoid about strangers looking through the windows, so she boards them up with cardboard. The Sun (2008)She said: 'I was looking through the pictures and felt really touched. The Sun (2012)I found this while looking through her recipe book and thought it would be interesting to try a jam flavour that was new to me. Times, Sunday Times (2010)When one looks through one's library shelves, one often comes across unexpected but interesting books or pamphlets. Times, Sunday Times (2012)
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