look-see

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look-see

A very brief look, glance, or examination. A: "Is there any more of that cake left in the fridge?" B: "I'll go have a look-see!" I heard you're having some engine trouble—mind if I take a look-see?

*look-see

Rur. a look at someone or something; a peek. (*Typically: get ~; have ~; give someone ~; take~.) A: Do you think they have finished painting your office yet? B: Let's go down there and take a look-see.
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The company's new look sees Jackie Fallon appointed visitor services manager to oversee CV One's new office at Coventry City's home the Ricoh Arena, as well as the existing Tourist Information Centre in the city centre.
Instead, "God's look sees the world as good, as created--even where it is a fallen world.
Her most bizarre look sees her wearing a pair of dungarees, adorned with cuddly toys.
The new look sees a complete change to their previous presentation with a wider coverage of luxurious designer kitchens, bathroom suites and showers.
Her sexy 18th century look sees her strapped into a figure-hugging white lace corset dress.