(I'm South Korean, so non-native question here.)
I saw the sentence 'that looks about it'.
Does it mean that something is seemingly almost done?
I searched this expression on google but I couldn't find the exactly same pattern of the expression but I found at the Cambridge dictionary:
that's (about) it : there's no more to be said or done
So I guess the sentence 'that looks about it' means something like 'I think it's almost done'.
Is my interpretation right? How often is this expression used?