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look at

Translation of look at in French:

  • look at [something] 1.1 (gen)
    (briefly)
    jeter un coup d'œil sur
    look at the state of you!
    regarde un peu de quoi tu as l'air!
    just look at the state of this room!
    regarde un peu l'état de cette pièce!
    look at this coat/book!
    regarde-moi (informal) ce manteau/ce livre!
    just look at this!
    regarde-moi ça (informal)!
    you'd never guess, to look at her
    à la voir on ne devinerait jamais
    he's/it's not much to look at
    il/ça ne paie pas de mine
    1.2 (examine)
    (equipment)
    (doctor) (patient, wound)
    (workman)
    jeter un coup d'œil à
    (car, plumbing)
    (problem, implications, effects, ways, offer, options)
    you should get that wound looked at
    tu devrais faire examiner cette blessure (par le médecin)
    1.3 (see, view)
    (life, events, situation)
    (problem)
    try and look at it my way
    essaie de voir les choses de mon point de vue
    his way of looking at things
    sa façon de voir les choses
    look at it this way, if he offers, I won't refuse that's how I look at it
    c'est comme ça que je vois les choses
    the problem needs to be looked at from all angles
    il faut envisager ce problème sous tous ses aspects
    you can't be too careful, look at Tom!
    il faut être très prudent, regarde ce qui est arrivé à Tom!
    1.4 (face)to be looking at
    (firm)
    être au bord de
    (bankruptcy, collapse)
    (criminal) (life sentence, fine)
    you're looking at major repairs here
    dites-vous bien qu'il s'agit ici de réparations importantes
    you're looking at a bill for about 3,000 dollars
    ça va vous coûter aux alentours de 3 000 dollars
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