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Today's Idiom = "Take A Look For It"
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Take A Look For It ( look for it; spend time trying to find it ... )

"Take A Look For It"

You take a look something when you take time to look for and to try to find that thing.

Example: "Have you seen my watch?" Reply: "I haven't seen it, but I will take a look for it around my house."

You spend (take) the time to try to find (look) for something when you take a look for it.

Take A Look At That

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