Look-See

Look-See

Origin: English/Singlish – means to check or examine.

Look-See is used to express to check or examine and sometimes just simply means to have a look.

Noun:

May: “Boss, the documentation is on your desk.

Boss: Ok thanks, I will have a look-see later. Later when you go for lunch, please help me check the exchange rate for Ringgit.

May: “Ok boss, later I help you look-see.

 

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