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eye    音標拼音: ['ɑɪ]
n.
眼睛;眼狀物;眼光,視力,觀察力;看,注意,注目;見解,觀點,判斷
vt. 看,注視

眼睛;眼狀物;眼光,視力,觀察力;看,注意,注目;見解,觀點,判斷看,注視

eye


eye
n 1: the organ of sight [synonym: {eye}, {oculus}, {optic}]
2: good discernment (either visually or as if visually); "she
has an eye for fresh talent"; "he has an artist's eye"
3: attention to what is seen; "he tried to catch her eye"
4: an area that is approximately central within some larger
region; "it is in the center of town"; "they ran forward into
the heart of the struggle"; "they were in the eye of the
storm" [synonym: {center}, {centre}, {middle}, {heart}, {eye}]
5: a small hole or loop (as in a needle); "the thread wouldn't
go through the eye"
v 1: look at [synonym: {eye}, {eyeball}]

Eye \Eye\ ([imac]), n. [Prob. fr. nye, an eye being for a nye.
See {Nye}.] (Zo["o]l.)
A brood; as, an eye of pheasants.
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Eye \Eye\ ([imac]), n. [OE. eghe, eighe, eie, eye, AS. e['a]ge;
akin to OFries. [=a]ge, OS. [=o]ga, D. oog, Ohg. ouga, G.
auge, Icel. auga, Sw. ["o]ga, Dan. ["o]ie, Goth. aug[=o]; cf.
OSlav. oko, Lith. akis, L. okulus, Gr. 'o`kkos, eye, 'o`sse,
the two eyes, Skr. akshi. [root]10, 212. Cf. {Diasy},
{Ocular}, {Optic}, {Eyelet}, {Ogle}.]
1. The organ of sight or vision. In man, and the vertebrates
generally, it is properly the movable ball or globe in the
orbit, but the term often includes the adjacent parts. In
most invertebrates the eyes are immovable ocelli, or
compound eyes made up of numerous ocelli. See {Ocellus}.
Description of illustration: a b Conjunctiva; c Cornea; d
Sclerotic; e Choroid; f Cillary Muscle; g Cillary Process;
h Iris; i Suspensory Ligament; k Prosterior Aqueous
Chamber between h and i; l Anterior Aqueous Chamber; m
Crystalline Lens; n Vitreous Humor; o Retina; p Yellow
spot; q Center of blind spot; r Artery of Retina in center
of the Optic Nerve.
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Note: The essential parts of the eye are inclosed in a tough
outer coat, the sclerotic, to which the muscles moving
it are attached, and which in front changes into the
transparent cornea. A little way back of cornea, the
crystalline lens is suspended, dividing the eye into
two unequal cavities, a smaller one in front filled
with a watery fluid, the aqueous humor, and larger one
behind filled with a clear jelly, the vitreous humor.
The sclerotic is lined with a highly pigmented
membrane, the choroid, and this is turn is lined in the
back half of the eyeball with the nearly transparent
retina, in which the fibers of the optic nerve ramify.
The choroid in front is continuous with the iris, which
has a contractile opening in the center, the pupil,
admitting light to the lens which brings the rays to a
focus and forms an image upon the retina, where the
light, falling upon delicate structures called rods and
cones, causes them to stimulate the fibres of the optic
nerve to transmit visual impressions to the brain.
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2. The faculty of seeing; power or range of vision; hence,
judgment or taste in the use of the eye, and in judging of
objects; as, to have the eye of a sailor; an eye for the
beautiful or picturesque.
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3. The action of the organ of sight; sight, look; view;
ocular knowledge; judgment; opinion.
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In my eye, she is the sweetest lady that I looked
on. --Shak.
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4. The space commanded by the organ of sight; scope of
vision; hence, face; front; the presence of an object
which is directly opposed or confronted; immediate
presence.
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We shell express our duty in his eye. --Shak.
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Her shell your hear disproved to her eyes. --Shak.
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5. Observation; oversight; watch; inspection; notice;
attention; regard. "Keep eyes upon her." --Shak.
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Booksellers . . . have an eye to their own
advantage. --Addison.
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6. That which resembles the organ of sight, in form,
position, or appearance; as:
(a) (Zo["o]l.) The spots on a feather, as of peacock.
(b) The scar to which the adductor muscle is attached in
oysters and other bivalve shells; also, the adductor
muscle itself, esp. when used as food, as in the
scallop.
(c) The bud or sprout of a plant or tuber; as, the eye of
a potato.
(d) The center of a target; the bull's-eye.
(e) A small loop to receive a hook; as, hooks and eyes on
a dress.
(f) The hole through the head of a needle.
(g) A loop forming part of anything, or a hole through
anything, to receive a rope, hook, pin, shaft, etc.;
as, an eye at the end of a tie bar in a bridge truss;
an eye through a crank; an eye at the end of rope.
(h) The hole through the upper millstone.
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7. That which resembles the eye in relative importance or
beauty. "The very eye of that proverb." --Shak.
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Athens, the eye of Greece, mother of arts. --Milton.
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8. Tinge; shade of color. [Obs.]
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Red with an eye of blue makes a purple. --Boyle.
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{By the eye}, in abundance. [Obs.] --Marlowe.

{Elliott eye} (Naut.), a loop in a hemp cable made around a
thimble and served.

{Eye agate}, a kind of circle agate, the central parts of
which are of deeper tints than the rest of the mass.
--Brande & C.

{Eye animalcule} (Zo["o]l.), a flagellate infusorian
belonging to {Euglena} and related genera; -- so called
because it has a colored spot like an eye at one end.

{Eye doctor}, an opthalmologist or optometrist; -- formerly
called an oculist.

{Eye of a volute} (Arch.), the circle in the center of
volute.

{Eye of day}, {Eye of the morning}, {Eye of heaven}, the sun.
"So gently shuts the eye of day." --Mrs. Barbauld.

{Eye of a ship}, the foremost part in the bows of a ship,
where, formerly, eyes were painted; also, the hawser
holes. --Ham. Nav. Encyc.

{Half an eye}, very imperfect sight; a careless glance; as,
to see a thing with half an eye; often figuratively.
"Those who have but half an eye." --B. Jonson.

{To catch one's eye}, to attract one's notice.

{To find favor in the eyes (of)}, to be graciously received
and treated.

{To have an eye to}, to pay particular attention to; to
watch. "Have an eye to Cinna." --Shak.

{To keep an eye on}, to watch.

{To set the eyes on}, to see; to have a sight of.

{In the eye of the wind} (Naut.), in a direction opposed to
the wind; as, a ship sails in the eye of the wind.
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Eye \Eye\ ([imac]), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Eyed} ([imac]d); p. pr.
& vb. n. {Eying or Eyeing}.]
To fix the eye on; to stare at; to look on; to view; to
observe; particularly, to observe or watch narrowly, or with
fixed attention; to hold in view.
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Eye me, blest Providence, and square my trial
To my proportioned strength. --Milton.
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Eye \Eye\, v. i.
To appear; to look. [Obs.]
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My becomings kill me, when they do not
Eye well to you. --Shak.
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316 Moby Thesaurus words for "eye":
Anschauung, Sherlock, Sherlock Holmes, accountability, air hole,
amaurosis, angle, angle of vision, annulet, armhole, assumption,
attend, attitude, auspices, baby blues, banjo eyes, basis,
be vigilant, be watchful, beagle, belief, blepharitis, blowhole,
bossing, bright eyes, bullet-hole, bunghole, care,
cast coquettish glances, cataract, charge, choroiditis, circlet,
clear eyes, clear sight, climate of opinion, color vision,
common belief, community sentiment, conceit, concept, conception,
conclusion, cone vision, conjunctivitis, consensus gentium,
consider, consideration, contemplate, conviction, coquet, cornea,
cover, crane, crane the neck, cringle, cross-eye, day vision,
daylight vision, deadeye, defective vision, defense, dekko,
detached retina, dick, discernment, eagle eye, esotropia, estimate,
estimation, ethos, examine, eye defect, eye-mindedness, eyeball,
eyeful, eyelet, eyelid, eyesight, farsight, farsightedness,
feeling, field of view, field of vision, flatfoot, flirt, follow,
footing, frame of reference, framework, gallivant, gape, gasket,
gaup, gawk, gaze, gaze at, gaze open-mouthed, general belief,
give the eye, give the once-over, glaucoma, gloat, goggle,
goggle eyes, gold-dig, grasp, grommet, guard, guide, gumshoe,
gumshoe man, gutta serena, hard look, have a looksee, hawkshaw,
hold in view, horizon, idea, impression, inspect, intendance,
investigator, iris, iritis, judgment, jurisdiction, keen sight,
keep in sight, keep in view, keep under observation, ken,
keratitis, keyhole, knothole, lamp, lee, leer, leer at,
leering look, lens, lid, light, lights, look, look after, look at,
look on, look over, look sweet upon, look upon, look-in, loop,
loophole, lustful leer, make eyes at, manhole, mental outlook,
mind, mousehole, mystique, naked eye, nictitating membrane,
night vision, notion, observation, observe, ocular, oculus, ogle,
ogle at, opinion, optic, optic nerve, optic neuritis, orb,
organ of vision, outlook, oversight, peeper, peephole, perception,
peripheral field, peripheral vision, personal judgment,
perspicacity, perspicuity, persuasion, peruse, philander, photopia,
pigeonhole, pinhole, pink eye, place, placket, placket hole,
plainclothesman, play around, point of view, popeyes,
popular belief, pore, pore over, porthole, position, posture,
power of sight, preservation, presumption, prevailing belief,
preview, private eye, prospect, protection, protective custody,
public belief, public opinion, punch-hole, pupil, purview,
quick sight, range, reaction, reconnoiter, reference system,
refuge, regard, respect, responsibility, retina, retinoblastoma,
ring, ringlet, rod vision, roundlet, rubberneck, run around,
safekeeping, safety, saucer eyes, scene, sclera, scope, scotopia,
scout, scrutinize, scrutiny, seeing, sense of sight, sentiment,
shade, shadow, shelter, side, sidelong look, sight, sightedness,
situation, size up, skip tracer, slant, sleuth, sleuthhound,
sly look, spiracle, spotter, spy upon, stance, stand,
stand on tiptoe, standpoint, staple, stare, stare at, stare down,
stare hard, starry orbs, sty, superintendence, supervision,
surveillance, survey, sweep, system, tab, take a long, take in,
take stock of, tall, tap, tec, theory, thinking, thought, trachoma,
twilight vision, unaided eye, universe, unobstructed vision,
uveitis, vent, venthole, vet, view, viewpoint, vision,
visual acuity, visual field, visual organ, visual sense, walleye,
watch, watchful eye, way of thinking, winker

Eye
(Heb. 'ain, meaning "flowing"), applied (1) to a fountain,
frequently; (2) to colour (Num. 11:7; R.V., "appearance," marg.
"eye"); (3) the face (Ex. 10:5, 15; Num. 22:5, 11), in Num.
14:14, "face to face" (R.V. marg., "eye to eye"). "Between the
eyes", i.e., the forehead (Ex. 13:9, 16).

The expression (Prov. 23:31), "when it giveth his colour in
the cup," is literally, "when it giveth out [or showeth] its
eye." The beads or bubbles of wine are thus spoken of. "To set
the eyes" on any one is to view him with favour (Gen. 44:21; Job
24:23; Jer. 39:12). This word is used figuratively in the
expressions an "evil eye" (Matt. 20:15), a "bountiful eye"
(Prov. 22:9), "haughty eyes" (6:17 marg.), "wanton eyes" (Isa.
3:16), "eyes full of adultery" (2 Pet. 2:14), "the lust of the
eyes" (1 John 2:16). Christians are warned against "eye-service"
(Eph. 6:6; Col. 3:22). Men were sometimes punished by having
their eyes put out (1 Sam. 11:2; Samson, Judg. 16:21; Zedekiah,
2 Kings 25:7).

The custom of painting the eyes is alluded to in 2 Kings 9:30,
R.V.; Jer. 4:30; Ezek. 23:40, a custom which still prevails
extensively among Eastern women.



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