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Look out!

English Meaning 1

>warning of immediate danger - Be careful!  Move out of the way!

English Example 1

Hang on, that hasn’t been nailed yet, it’s going to fall . . .Look out!”
(learn English tip: you could also use ‘watch out’ instead of ‘look out’)

English Meaning 2

“Look out for him/her” - be careful of someone (when we speak English)

English Example 2

“That’s Roger, the manager, look out for him, he can be really moody”

English Meaning 3

“Look out for him/her” - protect someone, help someone

English Example 3

“Don’t worry, this first week in the workshop, Terry will look out for you”


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