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Phrasal verb: Look up

Spanish translation: 1. Buscar, investigar, contactar, 2. Mejorar, las cosas van bien

Definition: 1. When you look something up, you are researching information. If you look up a person, it means you are looking for that person after not seeing them in a long time.  2. When things look up for someone, it means that things are going well.

Used in sentences:

1. I’m going to look up all the people I knew in the other office.

2. When you visit Amsterdam, look up my old colleague.

3. Things are really looking up for you!

Related words or phrases: find, search for, investigate, contact / improve, get better

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