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Verb: look after  lûk ãf-tu(r)
  1. Keep under careful scrutiny
    "The lawyer has to take the initiative and look after all the proceedings of the court"

Derived forms: looking after, looked after, looks after

See also: look

Type of: look out, watch, watch out