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look on phrasal verb (see also look)

1. to watch something happening, without being involved in it or trying to stop it ⇒ onlooker:
Only one man tried to help us, the rest just looked on in silence.

2. look on somebody/something (also look upon somebody/something) to consider someone or something in a particular way, or as a particular thing
look on as
I look on him as a good friend.
look on with
Strangers to the village are looked upon with a mixture of fear and suspicion.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

look on
be a spectator
There were many people who gathered to look on after the car accident.

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

look on
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