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Listen closely. Often used as a way to emphasize one's authority over the person one is speaking to. Look here, sonny, I've been doing this since before you were born.
a phrase emphasizing the point that follows. (Can show some impatience.) Henry: Look here, I want to try to help you, but you're not making it easy for me. Rachel: I'm just so upset. Andy: Look here, I just asked you a simple question! Bob: As I told you in the beginning, there are no simple answers.
ˌlook ˈhere!(old-fashioned) used when you are going to say something important to somebody and you are annoyed or angry: Look here, I’ve been waiting to be served for half an hour. The service here is terrible. ♢ Look here, I paid a lot of money for this car. I certainly didn’t expect it to break down after a month.
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