How to Conjugate Look Out
- Infinitive: Look Out
- Present Tense: Look Out/ Looks Out
- -ing Form: Looking Out
- Past Tense: Looked Out
- Past Participle: Looked Out
Definitions of Look Out:
1. To remain alert.
Examples: You need to look out for pickpocketers while riding the subway.
Can you please look out for the delivery man?
2. To do something for someone.
Examples: He look out for me while I was China.
Good looking out on those baseball tickets.
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