From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlook back phrasal verb1REMEMBERto think about something that happened in the past on/toWhen I look back on those days I realize I was desperately unhappy.Looking back on it, I still can’t figure out what went wrong.2never look backCONTINUE/NOT STOP to become more and more successful, especially after a particular successAfter winning the scholarship he never looked back. →look→ See Verb table
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look back• Reviewing involves looking back over what happened during the experience in a non-judgemental way.• We can look back to a similar situation hundreds of years ago - the taming of knights in the Middle Ages.Looking back on it• Looking back on it , I'm glad I was not offered the position.• So I went into the army. Looking back on it, I realize it was some sort of act of rebellion.• I have never been cheered so loudly! Looking back on it now, I am not sorry that I went.never look back• After Berg left baseball in 1978, he never looked back.• After this he would never look back.• And it was a strange feeling for Lois when she saw Paul do just that and never look back.• He grabbed the points race lead for good in late April and virtually never looked back.• Her studies were interrupted by the opportunity to go into local politics, from which she has never looked back.• Mandy Rice-Davies meant good times, and never looking back.• Once he learned to ride his gains and cut his losses, he never looked back.• Today their dreams have come true partially because they burned their bridges and never looked back.• She never looked back to see what was chasing her, just woke in a crampedsweat, breathless and in tears.