look up at (someone or something)

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look up at (someone or something)

To turn one's gaze or attention upward toward someone or something. Thomas, please look up at the board and answer the question! My dog looked up at me with her sweet, baleful eyes.
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look up at someone or something

to raise one's gaze to someone or something. Would you please look up at me while I am talking to you? I hate to be ignored. Look up at the top of that building.
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The catcher, third baseman, and first baseman should learn to play the fence like an outfielder looking up at the ball, then glancing at the stands, backstop, or dugout to get an idea how close he is and then looking back up to find the ball and make the catch.