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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlook-seeˌlook-ˈsee noun [singular]  informalLOOK AT a quick look at something syn glance
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look-seeWe moved in closer for a look-see.He got permission to fly home to Detroit for a look-see at his troubled right ankle.We changed our course when we got nearer, and went Over for a look-see.He stood up sleek and tall, hunched down, and launched himself for a closer look-see.Leese advised flying by very fast and taking a quick look-see.
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