I came across such a sentence and had a hard time getting the sence of its last part, namely that of the expression "look the part too".
"With these ideals firmly in mind, I set the XYZ team the
challenge of turning them into a range of all-valve driven amplifiers
that would be affordable, portable and look the part too."
XYZ is the company name.
Would you be so kind as to explain the meaning of that?
Thanks in advance.
'The part', in this idiom was originallly a theatrical part: 'He played Romeo, and being so young he really looked the part.' But, as it is used now, the idiom has the general sense that bhaisahab has given.
Thanks a lot! Most informative. The dictionary was not as much informative.