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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: An organ of vision or of light sensitivity.
- noun: Either of a pair of hollow structures located in bony sockets of the skull, functioning together or independently, each having a lens capable of focusing incident light on an internal photosensitive retina from which nerve impulses are sent to the brain; the vertebrate organ of vision.
- noun: The external, visible portion of this organ together with its associated structures, especially the eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows.
- noun: The pigmented iris of this organ.
- noun: The faculty of seeing; vision.
- noun: The ability to make intellectual or aesthetic judgments: has a good eye for understated fashion.
- noun: A way of regarding something; a point of view: To my eye, the decorations are excellent.
- noun: Attention: The lavish window display immediately got my eye.
- noun: Watchful attention or supervision: always under his boss's eye; kept an eye on her valuables.
- noun: Something suggestive of the vertebrate organ of vision, especially:
- noun: An opening in a needle.
- noun: The aperture of a camera.
- noun: A loop, as of metal, rope, or thread.
- noun: A circular marking on a peacock's feather.
- noun: Chiefly Southern U.S. The round flat cover over the hole on the top of a wood-burning stove. Also called regionally cap1, griddle.
- noun: A photosensitive device, such as a photoelectric cell.
- noun: Botany A bud on a twig or tuber: the eye of a potato.
- noun: Botany The often differently colored center of the corolla of some flowers.
- noun: Meteorology The circular area of relative calm at the center of a cyclone.
- noun: The center or focal point of attention or action: right in the eye of the controversy.
- noun: Informal A detective, especially a private investigator.
- noun: A choice center cut of meat, as of beef: eye of the round.
- verb-transitive: To look at: eyed the passing crowd with indifference.
- verb-transitive: To watch closely: eyed the shark's movements.
- verb-transitive: To supply with an eye.
- idiom: all eyes Fully attentive.
- idiom: an eye for an eye Punishment in which an offender suffers what the victim has suffered.
- idiom: clap To look at.
- idiom: eye to eye In agreement: We're eye to eye on all the vital issues.
- idiom: have eyes for To be interested in.
- idiom: have (one's) eye on To look at, especially attentively or continuously.
- idiom: have (one's) eye on To have as one's objective.
- idiom: in the eye of the wind Nautical In a direction opposite that of the wind; close to the wind.
- idiom: in the public eye Frequently seen in public or in the media.
- idiom: in the public eye Widely publicized; well-known.
- idiom: my eye Slang In no way; not at all. Used interjectionally.
- idiom: with an eye to With a view to: redecorated the room with an eye to its future use as a nursery.
- idiom: with (one's) eyes closed Unaware of the risks involved.
- idiom: with (one's) eyes open Aware of the risks involved.
- to be all eyesįtemptai stebėti
- in the eyes of smb kieno akimis žiūrint
- under/before one's very eyes a) kam dalyvaujant
- to make eyes atmeiliai į ką žiūrėti
- half an eye iš karto pa
- all my eye niekai
- visai atvirai