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kiejrys
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Common -ER Verbs (pg. 129)
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LOOK
1 BROWSE

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  • an act of casual reading or looking; a scan through a text, website, data to gain an impression of the contents;
1.1 She browsed / was having a browse through the sport pages.
2 THE EVIL EYE

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  • gaze or stare superstitiously, believed to cause material harm; (zły urok)
2.1 He gave me the evil eye as I walked down the corridor.
3 EAGLE EYE

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  • a keen or close watch
3.1 She was keeping an eagle eye on him.
4 EYEFUL

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  • a long, steady look at something; a visually striking person or thing; a quantity or piece of something thrown or blown into the eye;
4.1 You're not such a bad eyeful yourself. An eyeful of fluid.
5 GANDER

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  • look or glance at something;
5.1 Take a gander at who's buying and who's selling.
6 GAPE

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  • an open-mouthed stare;
6.1 She climbed into her sports car to the gapes of passersby. Her bluish eyes were wide with shock as her mouth gaped at the sight of him.
7 FLIP

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  • (a flip through) a quick look or search through a volume or a collection of papers;
7.1 A quick flip through my cookbooks.
8 GAZE

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  • look steadily and intently, especially in admiration, surprise, or thought;
  • Synonyms: look fixedly at, eye,  study,
8.1 He turned, following her gaze. He gazed steadily at her with a calm and regal expression, his eyes shining softly.
9 SCAN

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  • an act of scanning someone or something;
9.1 A quick scan of the sports page.
10 LEER

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  • Look or gaze in a lascivious or unpleasant way; (feeling or revealing overt sexual interest or desire)
10.1 Every leering eye was on her. A group of men were leering at girls and making inappropriate comments.
11 RUBBERNECK

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  • turn one’s head to stare at sth in a foolish manner
11.1 A passerby rubbernecking at an accident scene.
12 ONCE-OVER

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  • a rapid inspection or search;
12.1 She watched as he gave her a once-over, causing her blood pressure to rise. The up-and-down once-over. He gave her an once-over, slowly letting his gaze survey me up and down.
13 LOOK-SEE

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  • a brief look or inspection;
13.1 We are just about to take a little look-see around the hotel.
14 GLANCE

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  • take a brief or hurried look; (glance at/through) read quickly or cursorily; (pobieżnie)
  • at a glance - immediately upon looking: She saw at a glance what had happened. at first glance - when seen or considered for the first time, especially briefly side glance - a sideways or brief glance. Trevor congratulated him and cast a side glance over at his wife Susan who looked worried. ‘Versa,’ Bob muttered, casting a naive side glance at her.
14.1 Sean and Michael exchanged glances. I glanced through your personnel file last night. He gave a sigh of relief as she glanced at him and gave him a small smile, then glanced back down at the floor and blushed.
15 GLARE

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  • express (a feeling, especially defiance) by staring in an angry way; (wyzwanie/prowokacja)
15.1 He glared defiance at the pistols pointing down at him. She got angry glares from other girls.
16 GOGGLE

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  • look with wide open eyes esp in amazement or wonder (wytrzeszczać oczy) goggling eyes - protrude or wide open (wystające/sterczące)
16.1 What in the world are you goggling at?
17 GLOW

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  • give out steady light without fire - the tip of the cigarettes glowed in the dark have an intense color and a slight shine a feeling of warmth in the face or body; the visible effects of this as a redness of the cheeks
17.1 Faces that glowed red with the cold. He was glowing with health She felt the heat increase, filling her body with a warm glow. The liquid burned his insides, but as it hit his empty stomach a pleasant warm glow radiated through his body. Katy glowed when he praised her
18 GLIMPSE

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  • a momentary or partial view; (mignięcie)
18.1 She caught a glimpse of the ocean. A glimpse into the world of the wealthy. He briefly glimpsed a figure standing in the shade.
19 PEER

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  • look keenly or with difficulty at sb/sth
19.1 He narrowed his eyes, trying to peer through/into the fog. His penetrating hazel eyes were also peering at her, studying her as well.
20 PEEK

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  • a quick and typically furtive look; (ukradkowy)
20.1 A peek through the window showed that the taxi had arrived. She peeks under the wrapping quickly then sets it back. He quickly peeked around the corner of the kitchen to check that he hadn't been heard.
21 PEEP

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  • look quickly and furtively at something, especially through a narrow opening;
21.1 The door was ajar and she couldn’t resist peeping in. He walked across to the next room, delicately opened the door and peeped through.
22 OGLE

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  • look in a lecherous way; (lubieżny/rozpustny) patrzeć pożądliwie, pożerać wzrokiem
22.1 He cannot resist ogling a pretty girl or remarking on her attributes. Watching Andrew's leering ogle, Alaina once again lost her temper.
23 SQUINT

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  • look at someone or something with one or both eyes partly closed in an attempt to see more clearly or as a reaction to strong light (of a person’s eye) have a deviation in the direction of its gaze a quick or casual look;
23.1 The bright sun made them squint.
24 SCRUTINIZE

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  • examine or inspect closely or thoroughly
24.1 In this tight economy, the public scrutinizes art purchases more closely than ever. I was greeted by the sight of many twenty-somethings' faces either glancing casually at me, or, like several, scrutinising me all the way to the seat I took at one of the tables.
25 CAST

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  • direct (one’s eyes or a look) at something: she cast down her eyes [with two objects]:
25.1 she cast him a desperate glance

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