To Look Back At
To Look Back On, To Look Back
intransitive verb, godan verb
Your seeing is returning on something. This verb can be both transitive and intransitive. When it’s transitive, it means to look back at, in the sense of looking back at someone who’s behind you, or looking back at your past. When it’s intransitive, it simply means to look back, in the sense of looking over your shoulder.
The readings are just 見 and the vocab word 返る, combined together. So long as you know both of those you should be able to combine them into the reading for this word.
I don't have time to look back on the past.
The figure of the baby looking back at me is just too cute and totes adorbs.（*´▽｀*）
There was a huge crash and I involuntarily looked behind me.