Choose the correct meaning of the given phrase: Look into
A) To be a spectator B) Except C) Examine D) Watch E) Respect
Hint:“look into” is a phrasal verb used as a synonym for investigation, as in, for example, we should look into the matter of misplacement evidence from my office.
Complete step by step answer: To choose the correct option that expresses the meaning of the given word, first analyze the options individually.
A) To be a spectator: a person who watches an activity like a game or sport, without taking part in it, for example, the football players had a stadium full of spectators to cheer for them. B) Except: not including something or someone. It is usually used as a preposition for excluding, for example, the government has many schemes except the tax rate high for middle-class people. C) Examine: to check or study something carefully, like when the teacher examines each answer sheet very carefully to find mistakes. D) Watch: to look at something for a period of time, especially something which is moving or changing position. For example, she watched him get out of the house and then into the car. E) Respect: admiration felt or shown for someone who has good ideas or qualities. Also used as honor, politeness, and care towards someone who is important, for example, you should always respect your parents.
So, the correct answer is “Option C”.
Note: Examine also means to look at something or someone in order to discover something about that person or thing.