|English Definition||to size somebody up; to look somebody up and down; to take the measure of; to suppose; to reckon|
|Part of Speech||(动) verb|
He looked me up and down.
We sized each other up at our first meeting.
Johnson looked her up and down and decided to ask her out.
As if unsure of where she was, she hesitated and looked round.
- 打量一眼约翰笔挺的身体，经理说道： "约翰身强力壮。"
"John has a constitution like a horse, " said the manager, casting a glance over John's upright form.
The fellow I spoke to made no answer at first, looked me up and down, noticed that I was almost in rags, then said," Just a minute."
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