Look-in meaning

lo͝okĭn
The definition of a look-in is a quick check or visit to see how something is going.

An example of a look-in is a mother checking on her sleeping baby.

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A short visit.
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A quick glance.
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A brief visit.
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(brit., informal) An opportunity to participate or succeed.
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(idiomatic) A quick glance.
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(idiomatic) A brief visit.
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(idiomatic, UK) A chance to participate, compete, or succeed.
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(American football) A quick short pass to a receiver running diagonally toward the center of the field.
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A quick glance.
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