look smart

look smart

1. To appear intelligent. Tom looks smart, maybe he'll know the answer!
2. To look stylish or fashionable. Primarily heard in UK. Wow, you look smart in that new suit! The carbon-based shell of the phone is lightweight and looks smart, but it's prone to breaking.
3. To be quick or move quickly. Primarily heard in UK. Look smart, soldier—evac is in fifteen minutes.
See also: look, smart

look smart

be quick. chiefly British
See also: look, smart
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How can I look smart, fashionable and like I've made an effort without getting my legs out?
We deal with a lot of professional people, so it's important to look smart at work.
e choir, which recently celebrated its second birthday, is a registered charity and in order to look smart at concerts they perform at and competitions the choristers want a uniform.
And the youngsters from the two new classes at Pallister Park Primary School all look smart in their new jumpers, while the pupils in reception class at Wilton Primary School, Pastures Lane, Lazenby are pictured enjoying the outdoors.
And Eva, 39, admits she's harboured a life-long desire to wear glasses in a bid to look smart.
AFTER suffering for months with the works over the river in Milnsbridge, it's nice to see the village getting back to normal and starting to look smart, clean and tidy.
Last night a source said: "Boris doesn't have his hair cut very often but he wants to look smart for the Games.
If you don't care about your appearance it indicates that you don't care about your standards and thanks to a wealth of support from our parents and staff our children always look smart.
In addition to the comfort and practicality of the garments, they must also look smart.
REVELLERS are being encouraged to be smart and look smart when they visit Durham City during the festive season.
Rich tones will look smart in living and dining areas, while the softer shades are an ideal choice for bedrooms.
Don't they look smart in their school caps, shorts and double-breasted jackets
If people are going to invite us into their homes on a Saturday night, we should look smart.