to look in on (someone) meaning?

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What's the meaning of "to look in on (someone)" idiom? Please give me some examples!

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Gerund Form of the Idiom:

Looking in on someone can be considered an act of kindness.
 
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Idiom Usage:

In the imperative:
"Look in on my patient!"   (orders a rude doctor to a nurse)
 
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Idiom Definition:


"to look in on (someone)"
to visit a person or people for a short period of time
 
Synonyms:
come by, come over, crash, drop by, drop in, hit, look up, pop in, run in, see, stop by, stop in, swing by
 
 
The man is literally looking in on. - - - - ->  A man wearing a green shirt and hat is literally looking in between the letters "O" and "N".




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Idiom Scenario 2:


This morning, Linda went to Jane's house to see how Jane was doing.  Jane had just returned from a skiing trip where she had broken her leg.  Jane was not very mobile and needed some help.  Linda promised Jane that she would...
stop and look in on Jane after work.
Linda will go to Jane's house after she finishes work.  She will help Jane a little, if Jane needs any help, and then go to her own home.
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Idiom Scenario 1:


Johnny had to stay home today because he was not feeling well.  He was running a fever and did not have an appetite.  Johnny just stayed in bed all day and rested.  Johnny's mother was a little concerned with Johnny's illness so she...
looked in on him from time to time.
Johnny's mother briefly went to Johnny's room to physically look at Johnny every once in a while throughout the day.
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