1. the organ of sight
Inglés palabraeye"(the organ of sight) ocurre en conjuntos:Parts of the face
2. the body part for seeing
Inglés palabraeye"(the body part for seeing) ocurre en conjuntos:Części ciała z opisem
David has a keen interest in aesthetics — the qualities that make a painting, sculpture, musical composition, or poem pleasing to the eye, ear, or mind.
It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.
In the blink of an eye, the tennis-ball-sized dumpling had disappeared.
Though she was angry and hurt, she decided to turn a blind eye to her husband's philandering.
An interesting record is still preserved of the inhuman cruelties which were inflicted on this admirable young woman in the secret of the prison house where no eye pitied her and where no friendly hand composed her aching limbs.
A witch once gave Christopher Columbus an evil eye... and never got it back.
The fat woman, the young couple, the sleeping Indian and the tall man in black, but now skin and flesh and hair had disappeared, and empty eye sockets stared from gleaming white skulls.
With great effort I held his eyelids open with my fingers and dropped in the eye medicine.
It's still impossible with the naked eye. With binoculars you might be able to glimpse it....
Right, I said, shivering at this recital as a man would who gets hysterical while taking a shower if a bit of soap stings his eye.
In order to gain media recognition, sometimes AIDS patients have to push themselves into the public eye.
два глаза; большие глаза|two eyes; large eyes
5. to look closely at someone or something