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look the part

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlook the partlook the parta) to look like a typical person of a particular type In his smart suit, he certainly looked the part. b) to perform well and seem likely to be successful – used in sports reports He’s beginning to look the part on the soccer field. part
Examples from the Corpus
look the partMorris's contribution to this match is unlikely to find much space in Wisden, but he already looks the part.The Big Hurt already looks the part of a legendary slugger.Certainly with his long, jet-black, forked beard, he looked the part.Not that he looked the part.Clarke played four of the five tests this season at inside centre without quite looking the part.This has recently reached Volume 4 and now really looks the part.It was, she discovered, easier to look the part than to feel it.
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