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lookout US English

A place from which to keep watch or view landscape

look out US English

Be vigilant and take notice

look out in look US English

Be vigilant and take notice

Lookout Mountain US English

An Appalachian ridge, on the Cumberland Plateau in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee, near Chattanooga. It was the site of a November 1863 Civil War battle

be on the lookout for US English

Be alert to (danger or trouble)

be on the lookout for in lookout US English

Be alert to (danger or trouble)

one's lookout in lookout US English

A person’s own concern

lookout New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(one word, two words as verb)

lookout US Thesaurus

he saw the smoke from the lookout

lookout English-Spanish

to be on the lookout for sth/sb

look out English-Spanish

tener* cuidado

look out English-Spanish

tener* cuidado

look out in look US Thesaurus

you'll get burned if you don't look out

lookout post in lookout English-Spanish

puesto masculine de observación

look out, he's got a gun! in have English-Spanish

¡cuidado! ¡tiene una pistola

that's your lookout in lookout English-Spanish

ese es tu problema, ese es asunto tuyo

look out, someone's shooting at us! in at English-Spanish

¡cuidado, nos están disparando!

keep a sharp lookout in sharp English-Spanish

mantén los ojos bien abiertos

be on the lookout/keep a lookout in lookout US Thesaurus

be on the lookout for enemy aircraft

the gang needs him to act as lookout in lookout English-Spanish

la banda lo necesita para que haga de guardia

they were advised to be on the lookout in lookout English-Spanish

se les advirtió que estuvieran alerta(s)