- to look forward to
- n.看,注视,脸色,面容,外表 vi.看,注意,朝着,好象,显得 vt.打量,注视,用眼神(或脸色)表示,期待
- adj.早的,迅速的,前进的 vt.转寄,促进,运送 adv.向前地,向将来 n.[体](足球等)前锋
- You eat too much pastry, ie food made with pastry.
- We shall be looking for an improvement in your work this term.
- We're expecting a new arrival (ie a new baby) in the family soon.
- We're expecting news hourly.
- She went to meet him with an air of expectancy, ie as if expecting him to bring sth.
- She ate a light lunch in expectation of a good dinner.
- Largest Florida county stops recount in blow to Gore.
- It is no good hoping for other's help.
- Never having been to Switzerland before, he longs for a trip there.
- I know you have just returned from England but I hope you're not too busy to come. I'm looking forward to seeing you.
- I have been looking forward to seeing you.
- I am familiar with his work and look forward to hearing his views on Literary and artistic creation.
- We are expecting a letter from her.
- We are expecting news hourly.
- We look forward to the return of spring.