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  1. eye

    • IPA[ʌɪ]

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    • n.
      each of a pair of globular organs of sight in the head of humans and vertebrate animals;the visual or light-detecting organ of many invertebrate animals that corresponds to the eye of humans and vertebrate animals.
    • v.
      look at closely or with interest;look at someone in a way that reveals a particular, especially sexual, interest
    • noun: eye, plural noun: eyes

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. each of a pair of globular organs of sight in the head of humans and vertebrate animals:

      my cat is blind in one eye

      closing her eyes, she tried to relax

    • 2. the visual or light-detecting organ of many invertebrate animals that corresponds to the eye of humans and vertebrate animals.
    • 3. the region of the face surrounding the eyes:

      her eyes were swollen with crying

    • 4. used to refer to someone's power of vision and in descriptions of the direction of someone's gaze:

      his sharp eyes had missed nothing

    • 5. used to refer to someone's opinion or attitude towards something:

      in the eyes of his younger colleagues, Mr Arnett was an eccentric

      to European eyes, it may seem that the city is overcrowded

    • 6. a thing resembling an eye in appearance, shape, or relative position.
    • 7. a rounded eye-like marking on an animal, such as those on the tail of a peacock; an eyespot.
    • 8. a round, dark spot on a potato from which a new shoot can grow:

      withered potatoes sprouting at the eyes

    • 9. the centre of a flower, especially when distinctively coloured:

      delicate flowers of light blue colour, with white or yellow eyes

    • 10. the calm region at the centre of a storm or hurricane:

      the smaller the eye, the more intense the winds

    • 11. the extreme forward part of a ship:

      it was hanging in the eyes of the ship

    • 12. the small hole in a needle through which the thread is passed:

      strands of glass tiny enough to pass through the eye of a needle

    • 13. a small metal loop into which a hook is fitted as a fastener on a garment.
    • 14. a loop at the end of a rope, especially one at the top end of a shroud or stay.
    • 15. the source of a spring or river.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. look at closely or with interest:

      Rose eyed him warily

    • 2. look at someone in a way that reveals a particular, especially sexual, interest:

      Margot saw the women eyeing up her boyfriend

    • adj. having eyes of the type or number specified:

    • a blue-eyed blonde

      a one-eyed cat

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    • adj. having eyes of the type or number specified:

    • a blue-eyed blonde

      a one-eyed cat

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    • n. the undesirable effect in flash photography of people appearing to have red eyes, caused by a reflection from the retina when the flashgun is too near the camera lens:

    • a pre-flash emission to minimize red-eye

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    • n. the undesirable effect in flash photography of people appearing to have red eyes, caused by a reflection from the retina when the flashgun is too near the camera lens:

    • a pre-flash emission to minimize red-eye

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    • n. the ‘eye of insight’ in the forehead of an image of a deity, especially the god Shiva.

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    • n. an eye with a streaked or opaque white iris.

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    • n. the locus of occult power and wisdom in the forehead of a deity, especially the god Shiva.

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    • adj. causing the eyes to water:

    • eye-watering Scotch bonnet chillies

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    • n.
      each of a pair of globular organs in the head through which people and vertebrate animals see, the visible part typically appearing almond-shaped in animals with eyelids:
    • my cat is blind in one eye

      closing her eyes, she tried to relax

    • v.
      look at or watch closely or with interest:
    • Rose eyed him warily

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