1. to watch
I stopped up to watch the match.
People started going to the cricket to watch Preity Zinta.
to watch TV
English word "žiūrėti"(to watch) occurs in sets:Activities - VeiklosActivities - Veiklos
You look stupid.
That suit has an expensive look.
The more you look, the more you will see, and the more interesting they will become.
We've searched everywhere. There's nowhere else to look.
Sometimes, if I look at a forest of trees, I get in a trance and don't even realize until minutes later.
Though Tom and Mary are twins, they don't look very similar.
Look carefully. I'm going to show you how it's done.
The administration cannot but look for alternative sources of revenue.
I think that girl cut her hair to give herself a new look.
I look for all the world like an athlete in this outfit, but the truth is I don't do any sports at all.
The flowers don't look well. I'd like to water them. Is there a watering can?
They say that girls spend more time worrying about how they look than boys do.
There was something about that house that made her stop and look again.
It's hard to tell Englishmen from Americans just by the way they look.
I like her sense of style. Her clothes and makeup always look good.
English word "žiūrėti"(look) occurs in sets:Mano žodžiai