[loo k-er] /ˈlʊk ər/
a person who .
Informal. a very attractive person.
a person who looks
a very attractive person, esp a woman or girl
Old English locere “one engaged in looking,” agent noun from look (v.). Meaning “one who watches over” is from c.1300; that of “one who has a certain appearance” is late 15c. Slang meaning “attractive woman” attested from 1893. Looker-in (1927) was an early word for “television viewer.”
[loo k-er-on, -awn] /ˌlʊk ərˈɒn, -ˈɔn/ noun, plural lookers-on. 1. a person who looks on; onlooker; witness; spectator.
[loo k-in] /ˈlʊkˌɪn/ noun 1. a brief glance. 2. a short visit. 3. Football. a quick pass play in which the ball is thrown to a receiver running a short diagonal pattern across the center of the field. noun 1. a chance to be chosen, participate, etc 2. a short visit verb 3. (intransitive, adverb) […]
noun 1. (informal) a lookalike
[loo k] /lʊk/ verb (used without object) 1. to turn one’s eyes toward something or in some direction in order to see: He looked toward the western horizon and saw the returning planes. 2. to glance or gaze in a manner specified: to look questioningly at a person. 3. to use one’s sight or vision […]