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Noun
A personal opinion, judgment, or belief
“Shoppers with an eye for a bargain.”
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Each of a pair of globular organs of sight in the head of humans and vertebrate animals
“It would be nice to have all the functionality of the human eye without a blind spot.”
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Used to refer to someone's power of vision and in descriptions of the direction of someone's gaze
“She was examining the peaches carefully, one eye for a good peach, the other on the bad daughter.”
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A steady, intent look
“Her nervous movement did not escape his watchful eye.”
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Used to refer to someone's opinion or attitude towards something
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“The problem is that today the credibility of the criminal justice system is very low in the eyes of the public.”
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The small hole in a needle through which the thread is passed
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“Passes were threaded together and some of them would have gone through the eye of a needle.”
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The calm region at the centre of a storm or hurricane
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“You can see, as we move in a little bit closer, you can now see the eye of the hurricane.”
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A hole, such as that at the end of a needle
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A person's intellectual understanding of a particular subject
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Muscle that controls the size of the pupil
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Exaggerated and self-indulgent feelings of tenderness, sadness, or nostalgia
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The observing of a law or custom
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A self-indulgent liking for
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A circular or rounded piece of something
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A police officer who looks for evidence as part of solving a crime
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The quality of having sensitive insight or understanding
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Visual and audio entertainment transmitted via radio waves
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Transparent layer over the front of the eye
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The source of a river or stream
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Close observation, especially of a suspected spy or criminal
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Look at closely or with interest
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“Certainly, there are a couple of England players who may be eyeing that announcement with some uncertainty.”
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To look at someone in a way that reveals a particular, especially sexual, interest
“So when this outgoing, funny, handsome man from the New York office joined our department briefly, I eyed him up with some interest.”
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To look after and make decisions about, especially in a position of leadership
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Verb
To follow
Adjective
With the eye
Types of
Any of the physical constituents of the face
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