Look somebody up – English Phrasal Verb – Online English Lessons

To look somebody up (or look up somebody) is to locate and visit someone you have not seen for a long time.

Examples of use:

1. Look me up if you are ever in England.

2. I went to Newcastle on business last week and I looked up an old friend.

3. My friends were on holiday in my city, so they looked me up and we all went to a restaurant for a meal.

infinitive look up
present simple look up and looks up
-ing form looking up
past simple looked up
past participle looked up

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