dar un vistazo

dar un vistazo(
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An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to peek)
a. to have a look
Vamos a darle un vistazo al centro comercial que acaba de abrir. ¿Quieres acompañarnos?We're going have a look at the shopping center that just opened. Do you want to come with us?
b. to take a look
¿Podrías dar un vistazo afuera? Creo que escuché un ruido.Could you take a look outside? I think I heard a noise.
2. (to peek at)
a. to have a look at
Le di un vistazo al borrador y marqué varias cosas que deberías corregir.I took a look at the draft and I marked several things that you should correct.
b. to take a look at
¿Le darías un vistazo al coche? Está haciendo un ruido raro.Can you take a look at the car? It's making a funny noise.
c. to glance at
Detesto cuando la gente en el metro le da un vistazo a la pantalla de mi teléfono.I hate it when people on the subway glance at my phone screen.
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