To look at someone - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
to look at (someone or something) (redirected from to look at someone)
to look at (someone or something)
Based on or judging from someone's or something's appearance alone. To look at him, you wouldn't think Steve did mixed martial arts on the weekend. To look at it, it's hard to believe that such a small device is full of such powerful hardware.
to ˈlook at somebody/something,
by the ˈlook of somebody/something (informal) judging from the way somebody/something appears: To look at him, you wouldn’t think he was the richest person in the country. ♢ To look at them, you’d never imagine that they tasted so delicious.
References in periodicals archive
"It is not as easy for me to look at picking up things from Ryan as it is to look at someone
like Kevin Doyle at Wolves, who is a similar sort of player to me."
Chairman Milan Mandaric confirmed: "In the next couple of days we are going to look at someone
in that position.
I think I turned to look at someone
who approached me from behind.