*look out for*

look out for

Definition: to pay attention to things around you so that you notice the thing or things you want to see.

E.g.1: It’s a rare flower, but if you look out for it when you’re walking in the forest you might see it.
E.g.2: When you’re reading English texts, look out for interesting or useful phrases that you can use later in your own writing.

This phrasal verb cannot be separated.

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