Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Looking"

The meaning of "Looking" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Looking at mean?
A: In this context, it means a prediction for what they will probably happen.

"I think we’re probably looking at late second quarter." is the same as: "I think the second quarter will run late."
Q: What does Looking is deceiving. mean?
A: I believe this is usually phrased as: "Looks are deceiving."

It means that someone's appearance may not reflect their character. It can cause you to be suprised or fooled.

Examples: "I was babysitting my neighbor's child the other day. He seemed so sweet and kind, but he had a very bad temper. Looks are deceiving, I suppose."

"She seemed very superficial because she was wearing expensive clothing and jewelery. However, she has a really kind heart. Looks are deceiving!"
Q: What does Looking forward mean?
A: Looking means to look with your eyes and forward is what's in front of you so looking forward would mean "to see what's in front of you"
Q: What does Looking good! mean?
A: It can be a nice, outgoing, confident way of complimenting someone; saying "you look good/nice" or it can mean like you are doing a good job/making good progress. For example, on the Ninja Warrior tv show - ooh, taken down by the Body Prop, he was looking good too. Or on a competitive cooking show -- Looking good, everyone. Just 10 minutes to go (kind of like "doing well")
Q: What does Looking good. mean?
A: yes it can. Usually, in english, its used to say that the person looks are good.

Example sentences using "Looking"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Looking forward..
A: “I am looking forward to hanging out with you.”
“He is looking forward to watching the soccer game on Saturday.”
“They are looking forward to going to the beach together.”
Q: Please show me example sentences with Looking for.
A: I am looking for someone in school.
Q: Please show me example sentences with 1. Looking at
2. Looking for.
A: I am looking at the dog playing in my garden.

I am looking for my cousin. Have you seen him?

Synonyms of "Looking" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between Looking For and Search and Searching For and Look For ?
A: you look for something that you know exists. you lost something and then you look for it because you know you had it in the first place.


you search for something unfound. you dont know where it is, how it looks but you are searching for it.

searching for and looking for is the preseng active tense. while you are doing the action you use -ing. searchING, lookING eatING cleanING.
Q: What is the difference between Looking, watching and seeing ?
A: If your "looking" at something you are interested and staring. If your "watching" it is similar to looking but you may be watching a tv. And seeing is like an observation that is around you that you look at. You don't have to have an interest
Q: What is the difference between Looking and Watching and Observing and Seeing ?
A: They all have the same meaning of viewing something, but it depends on the context of which the word is use.

"Watching tv shows is a hobby of mine."

"Observing birds is quite interesting."

"Looking at wedding dresses is tiresome."

"Seeing the ocean was memorable for me."

"Seeing" and "looking" can be both inactive and active participation to view something.

"Watching" and "observing" is active participation to view something.
Q: What is the difference between Looking and Seeking ?
A: Looking is the physical act of seeing or attempting to see something it can also be used in a similar context as seeking which means attempting to find. In more archaic use they can be used almost interchangeably.

The man was looking out of the window.
The woman was looking for her shoes.
The detective was seeking the truth.

Translations of "Looking"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Looking for
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Looking
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? Looking great both of you
A: so close! "both of you look great"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Looking
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Looking for
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Other questions about "Looking"

Q: #Looking for language partners
I am a junior student in China, and I would be very happy to help you with Chinese. I am interested in learning English and now I am preparing for ielts. I am friendly ,patient and easy-going . If you're interested, please feel free to contact me, my email is "kxzheng1123@foxmail.com"
It would be great to make friends with you. does this sound natural?
A: i would to improve my chinese and help you with your english too, 很高兴认识你 :))
Q: Looking forward to see you soonest, I can't wait. does this sound natural?
A: Looking forward to see you soon, I cant wait.

Good job, just one mistake.
Q: 저와 친하게지낼 미국친구찾아요~~
Looking for an American friend to be close to me~~
A: Hello :)
Q: Looking for it.
I'm Keep going. does this sound natural?
A: Looking for it. I will keep going

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