have+an+eye+on

  • 1 have your eye on — 1 : to watch (someone or something) closely I ll have my eye on the kids while they re swimming. 2 : to be thinking about buying (something) I have my eye on a new car. She s had her eye on that house for a long time. • • • Main Entry: ↑eye …

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  • 2 have one eye on — phrase to keep looking at or paying attention to someone or something while you are doing something else I had one eye on the clock the whole time. Thesaurus: general words meaning to look or not looksynonym to pay attentionsynonym to look at… …

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  • 3 have an eye to — phrasal 1. : to look after : give attention to 2. : to have as an objective having an eye to the furnishing of a new flat Sam Pollock * * * have an eye to 1. To contemplate 2. To have regard to 3. To incline towards …

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  • 4 have\ an\ eye\ on — • have (one s) eye on v. phr. informal 1. To look at or think about (something wanted); have a wish for; have as an aim. I bought ice cream, but Jimmy had his eye on some candy. John has his eye on a scholarship so he can go to college. Compare:… …

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  • 5 have an eye to — ► have (or with) an eye to have (or having) as one s objective. Main Entry: ↑eye …

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  • 6 have one eye on — have/keep one eye on (something/someone) to give part of your attention to one thing or person while also giving your attention to something or someone else. As he listened to the speaker he kept one eye on the crowd to gauge their response …

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  • 7 have an eye on — or[have one s eye on] {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To look at or think about (something wanted); have a wish for; have as an aim. * /I bought ice cream, but Jimmy had his eye on some candy./ * /John has his eye on a scholarship so he can go to… …

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  • 8 have an eye on — or[have one s eye on] {v. phr.}, {informal} 1. To look at or think about (something wanted); have a wish for; have as an aim. * /I bought ice cream, but Jimmy had his eye on some candy./ * /John has his eye on a scholarship so he can go to… …

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  • 9 have an eye — to See: EYE TO …

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  • 10 have an eye — to See: EYE TO …

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  • 11 have\ an\ eye — To See: eye to …

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  • 12 have my eye on — See got my eye on …

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  • 13 have one eye on — to keep looking at or paying attention to someone or something while you are doing something else I had one eye on the clock the whole time …

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  • 14 have an eye to — Pay particular attention to, have especial regard to, not overlook, not lose sight of, aim at …

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  • 15 have an eye on — observe, keep under scrutiny; be interested in …

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  • 16 have an eye for something — have an eye for (something) to be able to understand and appreciate something. She certainly had an eye for art, which explains, of course, why she was a successful art dealer. Usage notes: also used in the form with an eye for something: I think …

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  • 17 have an eye for — (something) to be able to understand and appreciate something. She certainly had an eye for art, which explains, of course, why she was a successful art dealer. Usage notes: also used in the form with an eye for something: I think I was born with …

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  • 18 have an eye to the main chance — have an eye for/to/the main chance british phrase to be ready to use any possible opportunity to succeed Thesaurus: to be ready, or to get ready for somethingsynonym Main entry: eye * * * …

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  • 19 have an eye to/toward — to have (something) in your thoughts as a goal or purpose She has an eye to attending graduate school. [=she hopes to attend graduate school] • • • Main Entry: ↑eye …

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  • 20 have one eye an eye on something — have one eye/half an eye on sth idiom to look at or watch sth while doing sth else, especially in a secret way so that other people do not notice • During his talk, most of the delegates had one eye on the clock. Main entry: ↑eyeidiom …

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