eyeful

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الإنجليزية - التركية
göz dolduran
göze batan
bir içim su
gözalıcı kimse/şey
güzel kız
hoş görüntü
argo güzel kız
i., k.dili
göze batan veya göz dolduran herhangi bir şey
slang bir içim su
{i} güzel şey
{i} göz dolduran şey
göz alıcı şey
göz alıcı
eye
{i} göz

Sakin olmak için gözlerimi kapattım. - I closed my eyes to calm down.

O Pablo ile evleneceğini açıkça ilan ettiğinde, neredeyse büyük annesine kalp krizi geçirtecekti , halasının gözlerini yuvasından fırlattıracaktı fakat küçük kız kardeşi gururla baktı. - When he openly declared he would marry Pablo, he almost gave his grandmother a heart attack and made his aunt's eyes burst out of their sockets; however, his little sister beamed with pride.

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{f} izlemek
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gözlemek
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yatak istinadı
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gözetme
eye
bakmak

Onun gözlerine bakmaktan kaçınmaya çalıştım. - I tried to avoid looking at her eyes.

Gözlerinin içine bakmak için çok heyecanlıydım. - I was too excited to look her in the eyes.

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{f} gözle

Annem gözlerinde yaşlarla bana baktı. - My mother looked at me with tears in her eyes.

O Pablo ile evleneceğini açıkça ilan ettiğinde, neredeyse büyük annesine kalp krizi geçirtecekti , halasının gözlerini yuvasından fırlattıracaktı fakat küçük kız kardeşi gururla baktı. - When he openly declared he would marry Pablo, he almost gave his grandmother a heart attack and made his aunt's eyes burst out of their sockets; however, his little sister beamed with pride.

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iğne deliği
eye
delik

Tom'un delikli bir kaşı var. - Tom has a pierced eyebrow.

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bakış

Tom'un gözlerinde terör bakışını gördüm. - I saw the look of terror in Tom's eyes.

Baştan çıkarıcı bakışların var. - You have bedroom eyes.

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ayn
eye
gözünün
eye
göz göze

Bu, Marika ile ilk defa göz göze gelmemiz. - This is the first time I've looked Marika in the eye.

El sıktığımız zaman göz göze gelmeliyiz. - Our eyes should meet when we shake hands.

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gözün

Top onun gözüne çarptı. - The ball hit her in the eye.

Tom Mary'nin gözüne baktı. - Tom looked Mary in the eye.

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kanı

Onun gözü şişmişti ve burnu kanıyordu. - His eye was swollen and his nose was bleeding.

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görüş

Ben normal görüşe sahibim. - I have normal eyesight.

Benim görüşüm kötüleşiyor. - My eyesight is getting worse.

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süzmek
eye
ilmik
eye
halka

Şu anda iyi uyumuyorum ve artık gözler altında halkalarım var. - I'm not sleeping well currently and now have rings under the eyes.

Senin gözlerinin altında mor halkalar var. - You've got dark circles under your eyes.

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tomurcuk
eye
dikkatle bakmak
eye
dişi kopça
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ilik
eye
nazar

Nazara inanıyor musunuz? - Do you believe in the Evil Eye?

eye
kuşkuyla bakmak
eye
gözetlemek
eye
toplanma noktası
eye
göze benzer herhangi bir şey
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(isim) göz, bakış, nazar, görüş, bakış açısı, kanı, ilmik, ilik, tomurcuk
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çeşm
eye
görme gücü

Onun iyi bir görme gücü vardır. - He has a good eye sight.

eye
gözünü dikip bakmak
eye
eye narrowly dikkatle süzmek
eye
delmek
eye
basar
get an eyeful
(Fiili Deyim ) çok güzel bir şey (bir kadın) görmek , iyice bakmak
get an eyeful of
iyice gözden geçirmek
get an eyeful of
kaçırmamak
get an eyeful of
iyice bakmak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a remarkable sight or a very attractive person (sometimes used ironically)
an amount of material blown into the eye
a full or complete view; a good look
a strikingly beautiful woman; "she was a statuesque redheaded eyeful
a strikingly beautiful woman; "she was a statuesque redheaded eyeful"
Filling or satisfying the eye; visible; remarkable
a full view; a good look; "they wanted to see violence and they got an eyeful"
a full view; a good look; "they wanted to see violence and they got an eyeful" a strikingly beautiful woman; "she was a statuesque redheaded eyeful
{i} as much as the eye can hold; full or satisfying view, good look; strikingly attractive person
If you get an eyeful of something, especially of something that you would not normally see, you are able to get a good look at it. Then she bent over and gave him an eyeful of her tattoos
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the comedic magazine Private Eye
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The London Eye, a tourist attraction in London
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The visual sense

The car was quite pleasing to the eye, but impractical.

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A meaningful stare or look

When the car cut her off, she gave him the eye.

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A fitting consisting of a loop of metal or other material, suitable for receiving a hook or the passage of a cord or line
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The relatively clear and calm center of a hurricane or other such storm
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To observe carefully

They went out and eyed the new car one last time before deciding.

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To view something narrowly, as a document or a phrase in a document
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The dark spot on a black-eyed pea
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The dark brown center of a black-eyed Susan flower
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Attention, notice

That dress caught her eye.

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To look at someone or something as if with the intent to do something with that person or thing
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A private eye: a privately hired detective or investigator

Far more annoying were the letters from parents of missing daughters and the private detectives who had begun showing up at his door. Independently of each other, the Cigrand and Conner families had hired “eyes” to search for their missing daughters.

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A mark on an animal, such as a peacock or butterfly, resembling a human eye
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The ability to notice what others might miss

He has an eye for talent.

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{n} the organ of sight, view, face, a hole, a bud
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{v} to watch, observe, view, appear, show
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yghe
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A hole through the head of a needle, pin, bolt, etc , or a loop forming a hole or opening through which something is intended to pass, such as a hook, pin, shaft or rope Familiar examples are an eye at the end of a tie bar in a bridge truss, an eye at the end of a rope as the parts of shrouds and stays that pass over a masthead A "worked eye" is one having its edge rounded off like a ring, while a "shackle eye" is drilled straight through, permitting an inserted bolt or pin to bear along its entire length
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An eye is a small metal loop which a hook fits into, as a fastening on a piece of clothing
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This is a spell Range Spells cast at Eye range are cast upon a creature that the magus has eye-contact with This has the same difficulty as casting at Touch range, but is a different Range (A formulaic spell will have one or other Range; not a choice )
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If there is something as far as the eye can see, there is a lot of it and you cannot see anything else beyond it. There are pine trees as far as the eye can see
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If you cast your eye or run your eye over something, you look at it or read it quickly. I would be grateful if he could cast an expert eye over it and tell me what he thought of it
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The roughly circular area of comparatively light winds that encompasses the center of a severe tropical cyclone The eye is either completely or partially surrounded by the eyewall cloud
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If you see eye to eye with someone, you agree with them and have the same opinions and views. Yuriko saw eye to eye with Yul on almost every aspect of the production
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To fix the eye on; to look on; to view; to observe; particularly, to observe or watch narrowly, or with fixed attention; to hold in view
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In man, and the vertebrates generally, it is properly the movable ball or globe in the orbit, but the term often includes the adjacent parts
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Observation; oversight; watch; inspection; notice; attention; regard
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{f} look at, stare, eyeball
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emphasis If you say that something happens before your eyes, in front of your eyes, or under your eyes, you are emphasizing that it happens where you can see it clearly and often implying that it is surprising or unpleasant. A lot of them died in front of our eyes
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The space commanded by the organ of sight; scope of vision; hence, face; front; the presence of an object which is directly opposed or confronted; immediate presence
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the calm, cloudless center of a hurricane around which the storm winds whirl
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You say `there's more to this than meets the eye' when you think a situation is not as simple as it seems to be. This whole business is very puzzling. There is a lot more to it than meets the eye
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If something, especially something surprising or impressive, meets your eyes, you see it. The first sight that met my eyes on reaching the front door was the church enveloped in flames
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A mark on an animal, such as a peacock or butterfly, resembling an eye
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The relatively calm center of the tropical cyclone that is more than one half surrounded by wall cloud
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Area in the center of a hurricane that is devoid of clouds
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when used as food, as in the scallop
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the organ of sight Spheroid in shape, approximately one inch in diameter For anatomy, see "Anatomy of the Eye" on the MD Support web site
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If you keep your eyes open or keep an eye out for someone or something, you watch for them carefully. I ask the mounted patrol to keep their eyes open You and your friends keep an eye out -- if there's any trouble we'll make a break for it
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If you say that someone has an eye for something, you mean that they are good at noticing it or making judgments about it. Susan has a keen eye for detail, so each dress is beautifully finished off
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If something catches your eye, you suddenly notice it. As she turned back, a movement across the lawn caught her eye. see also eye-catching
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If someone has their eye on you, they are watching you carefully to see what you do. As the boat plodded into British waters and up the English Channel, Customs had their eye on her
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The faculty of seeing; power or range of vision; hence, judgment or taste in the use of the eye, and in judging of objects; as, to have the eye of a sailor; an eye for the beautiful or picturesque
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the apple of your eye: see apple to turn a blind eye: see blind to feast your eyes: see feast in your mind's eye: see mind the naked eye: see naked to pull the wool over someone's eyes: see wool. eyeing eying to look at someone or something carefully, especially because you do not trust them or because you want something. Organ that receives light and visual images. Non-image forming, or direction, eyes are found among worms, mollusks, cnidarians, echinoderms, and other invertebrates; image-forming eyes are found in certain mollusks, most arthropods, and nearly all vertebrates. Arthropods are unique in possessing a compound eye, which results in their seeing a multiple image that is partially integrated in the brain. Lower vertebrates such as fish have eyes on either side of the head, allowing a maximum view of the surroundings but producing two separate fields of vision. In predatory birds and mammals, binocular vision became more important. Evolutionary changes in the placement of the eyes permitted a larger overlap of the two visual fields, resulting in the higher mammals in a parallel line of direct sight. The human eye is roughly spherical. Light passes through its transparent front and stimulates receptor cells on the retina (cones for colour vision, rods for black-and-white vision in faint light), which in turn send impulses through the optic nerve to the brain. Vision disorders include near-and farsightedness and astigmatism (correctable with eyeglasses or contact lenses), colour blindness, and night blindness. Other eye disorders (including detached retina and glaucoma) can cause visual-field defects or blindness. See also ophthalmology; photoreception. electric eye tiger's eye apotropaic eye cat's eye evil eye Seeing Eye dog deceive the eye black eyed pea One Eyed black eyed Susan
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- the low pressure center of a tropical storm or hurricane This area is surrounded by the most intense area of the storm and at a huge contrast Inside the eye, winds are calm and sometimes the sky clears
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The action of the organ of sight; sight, look; view; ocular knowledge; judgment; opinion
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To clap eyes on someone or something, or set or lay eyes on them, means to see them. That's probably the most bare and bleak island I've ever had the misfortune to clap eyes on What was he doing when you last set eyes on him?
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The relatively calm center of the tropical cyclone (including hurricanes) that is more than one half surrounded by wall cloud Characterized by calm winds and often clear conditions
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A surrounded area providing one safe liberty Stones that have two eyes are safe from capture
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An organ that is sensitive to light, which it converts to electrical signals passed to the brain, by which means animals see
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Movement Control: The visual skills needed to smoothly and accurately move the eyes while following or locating an object These skills include eye-tracking, eye-jumps and near-to-far movements When a child has difficulty with eye-movements, he will lose his place while reading, have difficulty copying from the chalkboard or books and will be a slow reader
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emphasis If you say that you are up to your eyes in something, you are emphasizing that you have a lot of it to deal with, and often that you are very busy. I am up to my eyes in work
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You use expressions such as in his eyes or to her eyes to indicate that you are reporting someone's opinion and that other people might think differently. The other serious problem in the eyes of the new government is communalism Richard Dorrington was, in their eyes, a very sensible and reliable man
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attention to what is seen; "he tried to catch her eye"
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The center of a tropical storm or hurricane, characterized by a roughly circular area of light winds and rain-free skies An eye will usually develop when the maximum sustained wind speeds exceed 78 mph It can range in size from as small as 5 miles up to 60 miles, but the average size is 20 miles In general, when the eye begins to shrink in size, the storm is intensifying
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A fitting consisting of a loop of metal or other material, suitable for receiving a hook
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The calm center of a hurricane where winds are calm and skies are virtualy rain free This where the Hurricane Hunter airplanes fly to get the pressure readings to determine how strong the storm is The eye of a mature hurricane can range from 3 to 65 miles wide
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If someone sees or considers something through your eyes, they consider it in the way that you do, from your point of view. She tried to see things through his eyes
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If you catch someone's eye, you do something to attract their attention, so that you can speak to them. I tried to catch Chrissie's eye to find out what she was playing at
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If something opens your eyes, it makes you aware that something is different from the way that you thought it was. Watching your child explore the world about her can open your eyes to delights long forgotten
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a small hole or loop (as in a needle); "the thread wouldn't go through the eye" good discernment (either with the eyes or as if with the eyes); "she has an eye for fresh talent"; "he has an artist's eye" attention to what is seen; "he tried to catch her eye" look at
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{i} organ used for seeing, oculus; capability to see; attitude or emotions of a person; attention of a person, one's gaze; point of view; eyehole, small hole of a needle through which thread is passed; (Meteorology) center of a storm
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good discernment (either with the eyes or as if with the eyes); "she has an eye for fresh talent"; "he has an artist's eye"
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When you take your eyes off the thing you have been watching or looking at, you stop looking at it. She took her eyes off the road to glance at me
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If you cry your eyes out, you cry very hard
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If you close your eyes to something bad or if you shut your eyes to it, you ignore it. Most governments must simply be shutting their eyes to the problem
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The eye is the leaf bud of the potato When a set is planted, the new plant sprouts from the eye of the potato
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If you make eye contact with someone, you look at them at the same time as they look at you, so that you are both aware that you are looking at each other. If you avoid eye contact with someone, you deliberately do not look straight at them because you feel awkward or embarrassed. She was looking at me across the room, and we made eye contact several times I spent a fruitless ten minutes walking up and down the high street, desperately avoiding eye contact with passers-by
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Organ of sight
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If you have your eye on something, you want to have it. if you're saving up for a new outfit you've had your eye on
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Your eyes are the parts of your body with which you see. I opened my eyes and looked Maria's eyes filled with tears. a tall, thin white-haired lady with piercing dark brown eyes He is now blind in one eye
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The eye of a storm, tornado, or hurricane is the centre of it. The eye of the hurricane hit Florida just south of Miami. see also black eye, private eye, shut-eye
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The low pressure center of a tropical cyclone Winds are normally calm and sometimes the sky clears
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The center of a hurricane, an area of relative calm and very low pressure
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In most invertebrates the eyes are immovable ocelli, or compound eyes made up of numerous ocelli
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To appear; to look
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If you say that you did something with your eyes open or with your eyes wide open, you mean that you knew about the problems and difficulties that you were likely to have. We want all our members to undertake this trip responsibly, with their eyes open
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That which resembles the organ of sight, in form, position, or appearance The spots on a feather, as of peacock
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The eye of a needle is the small hole at one end which the thread passes through
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You use eye when you are talking about a person's ability to judge things or about the way in which they are considering or dealing with things. William was a man of discernment, with an eye for quality Their chief negotiator turned his critical eye on the United States He first learnt to fish under the watchful eye of his grandmother
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The center/centre of a hurricane
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A photodetection device consisting of at least a single photoreceptor cell enclosed in a light tight compartment with an aperture stop There are four fundamental types of eyes
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a small hole or loop (as in a needle); "the thread wouldn't go through the eye"
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The highly susceptible optic nerve which, according to Mom, can be "putout" by anything from a suction-arrow to a carelessly handled butter knife
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hole in the centre of the runner stone through which grain passes into the middle of the two stones
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The highly susceptible optic nerve which, according to Mom, can be "put out" by anything from a suction-arrow to a carelessly handled butter knife
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look at
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An eye on a potato is one of the dark spots from which new stems grow
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A reproductive bud in a potato
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the center of a tropical storm or hurricane that has low pressure, light winds, and rain-free skies
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the organ of sight
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The scar to which the adductor muscle is attached in oysters and other bivalve shells; also, the adductor muscle itself, esp
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The organ of sight or vision
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an area that is approximately central within some larger region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the storm"
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A hole at the blunt end of a needle through which thread is passed
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A brood; as, an eye of pheasants
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If you keep an eye on something or someone, you watch them carefully, for example to make sure that they are satisfactory or safe, or not causing trouble. I'm sure you will appreciate that we must keep a careful eye on all our running costs I went for a run there, keeping an eye on the children the whole time
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If you say that all eyes are on something or that the eyes of the world are on something, you mean that everyone is paying careful attention to it and what will happen. All eyes will be on tomorrow's vote The eyes of the world were now on the police
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A roughly circular area of relatively light winds and fair weather at the center of a hurricane
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If you eye someone or something in a particular way, you look at them carefully in that way. Sally eyed Claire with interest Martin eyed the bottle at Marianne's elbow
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