eye是什么意思 eye在线翻译 eye什么意思 eye的意思 eye的翻译 eye的解释 eye的发音 eye的同义词 eye的反义词 eye的例句 eye的相关词凤凰联盟登录
名词凤凰联盟登录眼睛; 视力; 眼状物; 风纪扣扣眼
及物动词定睛地看; 注视; 审视; 细看
1. with one's eyes open : 凤凰联盟登录意识地, 明知凤凰联盟登录危险地；
2. to the eye : 从表面上看来；
3. keep one's eyes open : 注意, 留心；
凤凰联盟登录4. shut one's eyes to : 假凤凰联盟登录不看见；
5. set eyes on : 看到；
6. eye of heaven : 太阳; 星星；
7. with the naked eye : 用肉眼；
8. catch sb.'s eye : 引某人注目；
9. one in the eye : 侮辱, 不幸；
10. see with half an eye : 一望而知；
凤凰联盟登录11. score a bull's eye : 命凤凰联盟登录靶心; 大获凤凰联盟登录功；
12. strike the eye : 醒目；
13. make sb. open his eyes : 使某人大吃一惊；
14. easy as my eye : 易如反掌；
15. more than meets the eye : 事情并不象初看到的那样简单；
16. get one's eye in : 看得很准, 具凤凰联盟登录目测球的距离、速度和方向的能力；
1. Eyes front!
1. She passed a thread through the eye of her needle.
2. His eyes are bigger than his belly.
3. My eye fell upon an interesting advertisement in the newspaper.
4. She has blue eyes.
A：Excuse me, could you help me?
B：Yes. What seems to be the problem?
A：Well, I was wondering if anyone has turned in a passport.
B：I'm afraid not. Have you lost your passport?
A：I think so. I can't find it anywhere in my hotel room, and I remember the last place I used it yesterday was in this department store.
B：Where exactly did you use your passport in the store?
A：In the suit-dress department. I had to show it to pay for these dresses with my traveler's checks.
B：Well, let me call the suit-dress department to see if they've found a passport.Sorry-your passport's not been turned in there, either.
A：Then what shall I do?
B：You can fill in this lost property report, and I'll keep my eye out for it. Those kinds of things usually turn up eventually, but I suggest you contact your embassy and tell them about your situation, so they can issue you a new passport in case it doesn't show up.
A：You're right. Do you have a pen?
B：Here you are.
A：Oh, I seem to lose something every time I travel.
2. eye：with an eye to; 注意到,考虑到
Your eyes are the parts of your body with which you see.
e.g. I opened my eyes and looked...
e.g. Maria's eyes filled with tears.
If you eye凤凰联盟登录 someone or something in a particular way, you look at them carefully in that way.
e.g. Sally eyed Claire with interest...
e.g. We eyed each other thoughtfully...
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.
e.g. William was a man of discernment, with an eye for quality...
e.g. Their chief negotiator turned his critical eye on the United States...
An electric eye or infrared eye is a device which can recognize the presence of people or objects by detecting the light or heat coming from them.
e.g. An infra-red eye is said to detect the movement of any animal within an angle of 110 degrees at up to 10 metres.
People sometimes talk about the eye of the camera when they are talking about something being filmed or photographed, or the way something appears in a photograph or film.
e.g. I was again using the cold, unflinching eye of the camera to probe a sick society.
An eye on a potato is one of the dark spots from which new stems grow.
An eye凤凰联盟登录 is a small metal loop which a hook fits into, as a fastening on a piece of clothing.
The eye of a needle is the small hole at one end which the thread passes through.
The eye of凤凰联盟登录 a storm, tornado, or hurricane is the centre of it.
e.g. The eye of the hurricane hit Florida just south of Miami.
凤凰联盟登录10. see also: black eye;private eye;shut-eye
If you say that something happens before your eyes ,in front of your eyes, or under your eyes凤凰联盟登录, you are emphasizing that it happens where you can see it clearly and often implying that it is surprising or unpleasant.
e.g. A lot of them died in front of our eyes...
e.g. We are under the eyes of both sides all the time.
If you cast your eye or run your eye凤凰联盟登录 over something, you look at it or read it quickly.
e.g. I would be grateful if he could cast an expert eye over it and tell me what he thought of it...
e.g. If you run your eye up and down these columns you will see that the value of some of them declined.
If something catches your eye, you suddenly notice it.
e.g. As she turned back, a movement across the lawn caught her eye.
If you catch someone's eye凤凰联盟登录, you do something to attract their attention, so that you can speak to them.
e.g. I tried to catch Chrissie's eye to find out what she was playing at.
To clap eyes on someone or something, or set or lay eyes on凤凰联盟登录 them, means to see them.
e.g. That's probably the most bare and bleak island I've ever had the misfortune to clap eyes on...
e.g. What was he doing when you last set eyes on him?
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凤凰联盟登录 someone, you deliberately do not look straight at them because you feel awkward or embarrassed.
e.g. She was looking at me across the room, and we made eye contact several times...
e.g. I spent a fruitless ten minutes walking up and down the high street, desperately avoiding eye contact with passers-by.
If you close your eyes to something bad or if you shut your eyes to it, you ignore it.
e.g. Most governments must simply be shutting their eyes to the problem.
If you cry your eyes out, you cry very hard.
You say 'an eye for an eye' or 'an eye for an eye and a tooth for a tooth凤凰联盟登录' to refer to the idea that people should be punished according to the way in which they offended, for example if they hurt someone, they should be hurt equally badly in return.
e.g. ...a very simple punishment code based on an-eye-for-an-eye.
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.
e.g. Here, massive dunes stretched in every direction as far as the eye could see...
e.g. There are pine trees as far as the eye can see.
If you say that someone has an eye for凤凰联盟登录 something, you mean that they are good at noticing it or making judgments about it.
e.g. Susan has a keen eye for detail, so each dress is beautifully finished off.
You use expressions such as in his eyes or to her eyes凤凰联盟登录 to indicate that you are reporting someone's opinion and that other people might think differently.
e.g. The other serious problem in the eyes of the new government is communalism...
e.g. Richard Dorrington was, in their eyes, a very sensible and reliable man...
If you keep your eyes open or keep an eye out for someone or something, you watch for them carefully.
e.g. I ask the mounted patrol to keep their eyes open...
e.g. You and your friends keep an eye out—if there's any trouble we'll make a break for it.
If you tell someone to keep their eyes peeled for something, you are telling them to watch very carefully for it.
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.
e.g. I'm sure you will appreciate that we must keep a careful eye on all our running costs...
e.g. I went for a run there, keeping an eye on the children the whole time...
If you make eyes at凤凰联盟登录 someone, you look at them in a way which shows that you find them attractive and which is intended to get their attention.
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.
e.g. This whole business is very puzzling. There is a lot more to it than meets the eye.
If something, especially something surprising or impressive, meets your eyes, you see it.
e.g. The first sight that met my eyes on reaching the front door was the church enveloped in flames.
If you say that all eyes are on something or that the eyes of the world are on凤凰联盟登录 something, you mean that everyone is paying careful attention to it and what will happen.
e.g. All eyes will be on tomorrow's vote...
e.g. The eyes of the world were now on the police.
If someone has their eye on you, they are watching you carefully to see what you do.
e.g. As the boat plodded into British waters and up the English Channel, Customs had their eye on her.
If you have your eye on凤凰联盟登录 something, you want to have it.
e.g. ...if you're saving up for a new outfit you've had your eye on.
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.
e.g. We want all our members to undertake this trip responsibly, with their eyes open.
If something opens your eyes, it makes you aware that something is different from the way that you thought it was.
e.g. Watching your child explore the world about her can open your eyes to delights long forgotten.
If you see eye to eye with someone, you agree with them and have the same opinions and views.
e.g. Yuriko saw eye to eye with Yul on almost every aspect of the production...
e.g. We've never seen eye to eye.
If you say that someone or something is at the eye of the storm凤凰联盟登录, you mean they are the main subject of a public disagreement.
e.g. The bowlers at the eye of the storm were nowhere in evidence.
e.g. ...the minister in the eye of the storm.
When you take your eyes off凤凰联盟登录 the thing you have been watching or looking at, you stop looking at it.
e.g. She took her eyes off the road to glance at me...
e.g. Nina couldn't take her eyes off Philip.
If someone sees or considers something through your eyes凤凰联盟登录, they consider it in the way that you do, from your point of view.
e.g. She tried to see things through his eyes...
e.g. The story is told through the eyes of Inspector Simon Potter.
If you say that you are up to your eyes in凤凰联盟登录 something, you are emphasizing that you have a lot of it to deal with, and often that you are very busy.
e.g. I am up to my eyes in work...
e.g. The women are just up to their eyes in debt.
39. the apple of your eye -> see apple
to turn a blind eye -> see blind
to feast your eyes -> see feast
to look someone in the eye -> see look
in your mind's eye -> see mind
the naked eye -> see naked
to pull the wool over someone's eyes -> see wool
1. a small hole or loop (as in a needle)
e.g. the thread wouldn't go through the eye
2. the organ of sight
3. good discernment (either visually or as if visually)
e.g. she has an eye for fresh talent
he has an artist's eye
4. attention to what is seen
e.g. he tried to catch her eye
5. an area that is approximately central within some larger region
e.g. it is in the center of town
they ran forward into the heart of the struggle
they were in the eye凤凰联盟登录 of the storm
1. look at
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