eyes 意味EN[aɪz] [-aɪz]
- 名詞 (Noun)BFeyePLeyen
- 動詞 (Verb)BFeyePReyeingPReyingPT, PPeyed
- She inbreathed sharply, then her eyes narrowed a trifle.
- Pancake writes: “If you can unfocus your eyes right — and Corey can — wading the creek is like walking the aisle of a Wal-Mart made for Corey, with all the price tags saying free.”
- Even the blithely unselfconscious Homer is more than a little freaked out by West’s private reverie, and encourages his spawn to move slowly away without making eye contact with the crazy man.
- Eyes undergoing vitrectomy are normally exposed to light by endoillumination, illumination by the operating microscope, and chandelier lighting.
- Eyes were examined ophthalmoscopically by an experienced retinologist and selected for study inclusion.
- Overaction of the inferior oblique muscle (IOOM) is manifest by overelevation of the adducted eye.
- One Hollywood Flood-Lite was used, subdued to 20 amperes and screened by lowering the Lite back of a small headground, until detail in the composition was almost lost to the eye.
- He was still an old galliard, with white Buffalo Bill vandyke, and he swanked around, still healthy of flesh, in white suits, looking things over with big sex-amused eyes.
Definition of eyes in English Dictionary
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