Phrasal verb: Look through
Spanish translation: 1. Mirar, examinar, 2. Ojear, leer, 3. Mirar a través de alguien, como si no estuvieran
Definition: 1. To examine or go through something closely to possibly find something you are looking for. 2. To read something, 3. To see someone as if they are not there, as if they are invisible.
Used in sentences:
1. I need to look through the files to see if I can find the missing documents.
2. I’m going to look through the reports before the meeting.
3. She looked right through me.
Related words or phrases: inspect, examine, check, read through, scan, run through / snub, ignore, spurn, shun, slight, turn your back on, give the cold shoulder