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    Wrong entry in LEO?

    to look | looked, looked | - -

    Wrong entry

    to look | looked, looked | - -

    Correction

    look up at (s.o. / s.th.) - look up to (s.o. / s.th.)

    -

    alzar la vista (hacia) - alzar la mirada (hacia)


    Examples/ definitions with source references


    Leo currently has this entry :


    Siehe Wörterbuch: alzar

     ... to look | looked, looked |      alzar la vista ...




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    Isn't there "up at s.o. / s.th." or "up to s.o. / s.th." missing on the English side ?


    https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/look+up+at

     ... look up at (someone or something)

    To turn one's gaze or attention upward toward someone or something. Thomas, please look up at the board and answer the question! My dog looked up at me with her sweet, baleful eyes.

    See also: look, up

    Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. ...

     ... look up at someone or something

    to raise one's gaze to someone or something. Would you please look up at me while I am talking to you? I hate to be ignored. Look up at the top of that building.

    See also: look, up

    McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. ...


    https://sentencedict.com/look%20up.html

     ... 22. She twisted slightly in her chair to look up at him. ...

     ... 27. I didn't look up at the sky. ...




    https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lo...

     look up to phrasal verb

    looked up to; looking up to; looks up to

    Definition of look up to

    : to respect and admire (someone) I've always looked up to my older brother. The kids really look up to their coach. ...


    https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/look+up+to

     ... look up to (one)

    To admire or view one as a role model. Of course I look up to you—you're my big sister!

    See also: look, up

    Farlex Dictionary of Idioms. ...

     ... look up to someone

    Fig. to view someone with respect and admiration. Bill really looks up to his father. Everyone in the class looked up to the teacher.

    See also: look, up

    McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. ...

     ... look up to

    To admire: looked up to her mother.

    See also: look, up

    American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. ...


    https://sentencedict.com/look%20up.html

     ... 26. I look up to Michael Johnson and Butch Reynolds. ...

     ... 29. I am a very lonely at the time the children will look up to the sky, watching the sun, watching the big moon, hope to see the eyes of the neck pain, choking with tears. This is true, children do not lie.

    30. You're a popular girl, Grace, and a lot of the younger ones look up to you. ...



    ... and, thanks to vlad :


    La vida, la muerte y lo de en medio, José Luis López Fernández, 2012

    https://books.google.de/books?id=tDOIDwAAQBAJ

    Cuando pude burlar los vértigos etílicos y alzar la mirada, adiviné sobre el lienzo de cemento la silueta borrosa de una cruz algo amorfa y lo que parecían ser los primeros trazos de un rostro humano.


    Amando al Enemigo, Cristina Pereyra, 2011

    https://books.google.de/books?id=0N_owBWvi2AC

    Era increíble que una semana antes estuviese al borde dela muerte. Hoy tenía una apariencia saludable, aunque se pudiese advertir que quedaba muy delgado.

    Nick se acercó a él y Pablo le acarició antes de alzar la mirada hacia ella.


    Encuentro con el pasado, Cristina Pereyra

    https://books.google.de/books?id=Obm8w7mLZbgC

    El no tenía necesidad de alzar la mirada hacia la ventana de arriba para saber el origen de este sentimiento era la dulce mirada de Andy.


    Author no me bré (700807)  28 Nov 20, 11:55
    Comment

    Gracias 🙂

    #1AuthorMaría (LEO-Team) (1220074) 15 Jul 21, 11:36
     
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