Jacqueline
'look at' and 'look over' the menu? I wonder if there is any difference between 'look at' and 'look over' the menu? Or they mean exactly the same thing? Thanks!
Feb 14, 2017 10:12 AM
Answers · 1
In the case of a menu, it can mean the same thing. It depends on context. Strictly speaking, to look at something is less detailed. I'm looking at the boss' car. It's still parked outside the office; she hasn't left yet. When we examine something, we say we are looking it over. Let me look over the contract before I sign it. (This means I'm going to read it before signing it.)
February 14, 2017
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