be just looking

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be just looking

To be perusing something without necessarily planning to make a purchase. A: "Do you need any help?" B: "No thanks, I'm just looking."
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be just ˈlooking

used in a shop/store to say that you are not ready to buy something: ‘Can I help you?’ ‘I’m just looking, thank you.’
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"We have another big week coming up with the Stan Calvert Cup and I am just looking for positives.
He said: "It is frustrating Loan signing Sam Finley |will sit out today's match and I am just looking to get back maybe Monday or Tuesday, and just looking to get back in and playing.
"However, I am just looking to go out and doing what we normally do."
Walker said: "I have been about the squad for a long time but I don't feel that I have played that well when I have been given a chance, so I am just looking to transfer my club form into the international game."
"I am just looking forward to having a laugh with my mates - you do miss the football while you are out there.
Meanwhile, I am just looking forward to a few days up here getting away from it all."
'I am not looking for vindication, I am just looking for everyone to get everything in perspective.
"I'm feeling good and am just looking forward to getting back to riding."
"I have been wanting to come to Coventry for some time and it is all done and dusted now so I am just looking forward to getting my teeth into the job and playing well for my new club."
Helen Shallcross, a corporate housing officer, Newcastle: "I am just looking forward to being off work for a few weeks and relaxing, with hopefully some warm weather."
I am just looking at the games that we have got coming up and think that they are games where we can really pick up points.
He adds: ``I am just looking forward to going out in Liverpool.