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eye

  
[1]  
      n  
1    the organ of sight of animals, containing light-sensitive cells associated with nerve fibres, so that light entering the eye is converted to nervous impulses that reach the brain. In man and other vertebrates the iris controls the amount of light entering the eye and the lens focuses the light onto the retina  
   Related adjs       ocular       oculate       ophthalmic       optic  
2    often pl   the ability to see; sense of vision  
weak eyes     
3    the visible external part of an eye, often including the area around it  
heavy-lidded eyes, piercing eyes     
4    a look, glance, expression, or gaze  
a stern eye     
5    a sexually inviting or provocative look (esp. in the phrases give (someone) the (glad) eye, make eyes at)  
6    attention or observation (often in the phrases catch someone's eye, keep an eye on, cast an eye over)  
7    ability to recognize, judge, or appreciate  
an eye for antiques     
8    often pl   opinion, judgment, point of view, or authority  
in the eyes of the law     
9    a structure or marking having the appearance of an eye, such as the bud on a twig or potato tuber or a spot on a butterfly wing  
10    a small loop or hole, as at one end of a needle  
11    a small area of low pressure and calm in the centre of a tornado  
12       See       photocell  
13    Informal      See       private eye  
14    all eyes         
Informal   acutely vigilant or observant  
the children were all eyes     
15    (all) my eye  
Informal   rubbish; nonsense  
16    an eye for an eye   retributive or vengeful justice; retaliation  
17    cut one's eye after, at, or on (someone)     (Caribbean)   to look rudely at (a person) and then turn one's face away sharply while closing one's eyes: a gesture of contempt  
18      (N.Z.)  
eyes out   with every possible effort  
he went at the job eyes out     
19    get one's eye in     (Chiefly sport)   to become accustomed to the conditions, light, etc., with a consequent improvement in one's performance  
20    half an eye  
a    a modicum of perceptiveness  
anyone with half an eye can see she's in love     
b    continuing unobtrusive observation or awareness  
the dog had half an eye on the sheep     
21    have eyes for   to be interested in  
she has eyes only for him     
22    in one's mind's eye   pictured within the mind; imagined or remembered vividly  
23    in the public eye   exposed to public curiosity or publicity  
24    keep an eye open or out (for)   to watch with special attention (for)  
25    keep one's eyes peeled (or skinned)   to watch vigilantly (for)  
26    look (someone) in the eye   to look openly and without shame or embarrassment at  
27    make (sheep's) eyes (at)  
Old-fashioned   to ogle amorously  
28    more than meets the eye   hidden motives, meaning, or facts  
29    pick the eyes out (of)     (Austral. and N.Z)   to select the best parts or pieces (of)  
30    see eye to eye (with)   to agree (with)  
31    set, lay, or clap eyes on   usually used with a negative   to see  
she had never laid eyes on him before     
32    the eye of the wind     (Nautical)   the direction from which the wind is blowing  
33    turn a blind eye to or close one's eyes to   to pretend not to notice or ignore deliberately  
34    up to one's eyes (in)   extremely busy (with)  
35    with a ... eye   in a ... manner  
he regards our success with a jealous eye     
36    with or having an eye to   prep  
a    regarding; with reference to  
with an eye to one's own interests     
b    with the intention or purpose of  
with an eye to reaching agreement     
37    with one's eyes open   in the full knowledge of all relevant facts  
38    with one's eyes shut  
a    with great ease, esp. as a result of thorough familiarity  
I could drive home with my eyes shut     
b    without being aware of all the facts  
      vb   , eyes, eyeing, eying, eyed   tr  
39    to look at carefully or warily  
40      (Also)    eye up   to look at in a manner indicating sexual interest; ogle,   (See also)        eyes  
     (Old English eage; related to Old Norse auga, Old High German ouga, Sanskrit aksi)  
  eyeless      adj  
  eyelike      adj  
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eyes  
      pl n     (Nautical)   the part of the bows of a ship that are furthest forward at the level of the main deck  


eyes front  
      interj  
1      (Military)   a command to troops to look ahead  
2    a demand for attention  
eyes left  
      interj     (Military)   a command to troops to look left, esp. as a salute when marching  
eyes right  
      interj     (Military)   a command to troops to look right, esp. as a salute when marching  
four-eyes  
      n   a disparaging term of address for a person wearing spectacles  
  four-eyed      adj  
sheep's eyes  
      pl n  
Old-fashioned   amorous or inviting glances  

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eyes out, eyes front, eyes left, eyes right

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adv.
in spite of the flaws/minuses/disadvantages; with goods and bads; with minuses and pluses
love / accept smb. flaws and all = love /accept smb. as he/she is, with qualities and flaws.
adj.
liked best of all
[US] Example Sentence: Reverso is my newest favorite online dictionary so I have shared it with my EAL students in the high school.
exp.
expression meaning that a situation is no longer certain or predictable and that anything can happen
originating from horse racing where "all bets are off" indicated that bets already made were null due to various unpredicted factors
exp.
intensifying expression, often used with "look"
he looked for all the world as if he was going to cry: il avait vraiment l'air d'être sur le point de pleurer
adj.
all right; runing smoothly
[Slang];[UK] Everything is tickety-boo with building our new house; soon we will move in.
adj.
all right; good, OK, satisfactory
informal
exp.
have everything together; have all things settled/organized
E.g.: Just when I had got all my ducks in a row and I was ready to go, I received a call and had to cancel my trip.
abbr. acron.
greatest of all time
[Slang] You won! You're the GOAT!
v.
A culture of internet only jobs has coined the phrase Wirk. Wirk simply means Internet Work. Internet work is defined by job opportunities that did not exist before the rise of the internet and furthermore the work is likely to be carried out over the internet and payment received for work undertaken via the internet. Wirk describes both full time and part time internet work. Because of the nature of Wirk and the ability for anyone that has internet connection to earn money from Wirk, it is currently more likely to be a part time occupation than full time. Paid Online Questionnaires, Content Writing, Search Marketing are all examples of Wirk.
This is a term rising in popularity
exp.
reach an extreme point or an upper limit; exhaust all options or resources
n.
sentence containing all letters of a given alphabet at least once.The canonical example in English is: 'The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog'.
A perfect pangram contains each letter of the alphabet just once and thus is far more difficult to come up with. The best seems to be: 'Mr. Jock, TV quiz PhD, bags few lynx'.
n.
1. the discharge or release of a person appearing in court of all criminal charges because they have been found not guilty. 2. a release from an obligation, duty, or debt.
legal E.g After the clear acquittal from the judge, he had to start his life all over again.
exp.
To position ones self, or an object like your rusty old car, in a place that is not only open and clearly visible to all, it is unavoidably in just about everyone's way.
[Slang] "You can't miss him, he's over there, parked in his POS Volvo, smack dab in the middle of the road!" source : Urban Dictionary
exp.
it occurred to me, I suddenly thought of it, I had an idea all of a sudden
E.g: I wondered all day long how to solve this problem and it suddenly hit me...I had to talk to Marry.
n.
1. the state of being joined together 2. in logic, the connection of isolated facts by means of a general description or hypothesis which applies to them all
n.
"It's a list of all the people and things I hate so much I want to hit them in the face with a shovel." Concept coming from the Marian Keyes novel, The Mystery of Mercy Close (2012).
n.
Phrase used when someone has brought all the evidences to support his point of view; "I'm done with explanations"
n.
HR jargon term used to refer to an ideal applicant for a job; an applicant that meets all the requirements of a job description
[HR]; [Jargon] The term was adopted by the HR community based on the presumption that finding an ideal candidate for a job is as likely to happen as finding a purple squirrel
exp.
expression meaning that several or all members of a family have something in common (a skill, a feature, a path or a behavior)
E.g.: He became an actor too. It runs in the family.
exp.
celebrate smth. with excitement; party wildly; party all night long
exp.
go to the extreme; do everything that could be done; exhaust all possibilities and resources
n.
The non-gaming internet shop refers to a place where the game sites are blocked or not installed on all computer units.
exp.
a humorous way of saying that something is not needed at all
[Hum.];[Iron.]
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