Фразеологизмы со словом look
butter wouldn't melt in one's mouth
look as if butter wouldn't melt in one's mouth
You act very polite and friendly but do not really care, you are very nice to people but are not sincere.
Волк в овечьей шкуре.
The new secretary was rude to the other workers, but when she talked to the boss, butter wouldn't melt in her mouth.
She looks like butter wouldn’t melt in her mouth, but she has broken so many hearts. Она выглядит такой невинной, но разбила так много сердец.
look like death warmed over
Tim was very pale and looked like death warmed over, so I couldn’t help asking him what the matter was.
Тим был очень бледным, выглядел больным, так что я не мог удержаться от вопроса, что с ним случилось.
A look that shows dislike.
Miss Parker sent Joe to the principal's office for giving her a dirty look.
look like something the cat dragged in
Выглядеть потрепанным, ветхим, измученным.
The dress Cora bought at the sale looked like something the cat dragged in.
Платье, которое Кора купила на распродаже, выглядело весьма потрепанным.
You looked like something the cat dragged in after the flight.
Он выглядел очень измученным после перелета.
To have the impression that one is insignificant, foolish, or humiliated.
"I feel small next to Hemingway," the young student of creative writing said.
To watch over; attend to.
John's mother told him to look after his younger brother.
When he went to Europe, Mr. Jenkins left his son to see after the business.
Grandma will look after the baby while we go to the lecture.
look a gift horse in the mouth
don't look a gift horse in the mouth
To complain if a gift is not perfect. A proverb. Usually used with a negative.
John gave Joe a baseball but Joe complained that the ball was old. His father told him not to look a gift horse in the mouth.
Act lively; be quick; wake up and work; be busy; hurry. Often used as a command.
"Look alive there," the boss called.