take a look at

take a look at someone or something

 and have a look at someone or something
to observe or examine someone or something. I asked the doctor to take a look at my cut. Would you please have another look at your work? It is not complete.
See also: look, take

take a look at

Turn your attention to, examine, as in Take a look at that new building, or The doctor took a look at Gene's throat and swollen glands. For a synonym, see take a gander at.
See also: look, take
References in classic literature ?
Just take a look at Saxon there with the ukulele in her lap.
As I stood in the sala again I saw that Miss Tita had followed me, and I supposed that as her aunt had neglected to suggest that I should take a look at my quarters it was her purpose to repair the omission.
It's not an easy concept to fit into a two-word description, but it becomes crystal clear when you take a look at the scope of our work and our accomplishments.