look back meaning

  "look back" in a sentence
Verb: look back  lûk bak
  1. Look towards one's back
    "don't look back while you walk"
    - look backward 
  2. Look back upon (a period of time, sequence of events); remember
    - review, retrospect

Derived forms: looks back, looking back, looked back

See also: look

Type of: look, remember, think back

[American slang]
1. Lit. to gaze back and try to get a view of someone or something.
  She looked back at the city and whispered a good-bye to everything she had ever cared for.
  I went away and never looked back.
2. Fig. to think about someone or something in the past.
  When I look back on Frank, I do remember his strange manner, come to think of it.
  When I look back, I am amazed at all I have accomplished.
  • look:    Verb: look &n ...
  • look at:    Verb: look atTake ...
  • look for:    Verb: look for&nbs ...


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  1. as i look back, scenes of the past leap before my eyes.
  2. i love to look back on my childhood.
  3. as long as i live i shall look back upon it with regret.
  4. i can leave with a cheerful shrug and never look back.
  5. i look back on this as something we really did right.

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