Please define it elaborately. By the way, is it possible that the term could be defined as "eager/motivate" by based on the facial expression or the tone that will change the meaning?
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look forward to sth

to be thinking with pleasure about sth that is going to happen (because you expect to enjoy it):

I’m looking forward to the weekend.

We’re really looking forward to seeing you again.


From "Oxford advanced learner's guide"
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Thank you.
Anonymous:
i need to know what mean lookig forward
Hi,

Have you tried reading this thread?

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