Word: squint

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Related words: squint

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Synonyms: squint

squinty, squint-eyed, asquint, sidelong

Translations: squint

spanish
bizcar, bizquear


german
schielen

french
louche, strabisme, lorgner, reluquer, loucher

italian
strabico

portuguese
estrabismo, vesgo, apertar os olhos, olhar de soslaio

dutch
scheelzien, loensen

russian
косоглазие, прищуриваться, прищуриться, жмуриться

norwegian
myse, skjele, myse for, myser

swedish
skelning, skela, kisa, kisa för

finnish
karsastaa, karsastus, vinoon, tiirata

danish
skele, knibe øjnene sammen, knibe, knibe øjnene

czech
šilhavý, šilhání, pošilhávat, šilhat

polish
zez, mrużyć, zezowatość, zezować, zerkać

hungarian
bandzsa, sandítás, kancsalság, kancsal

turkish
şaşı, şaşılık, şaşı bakmak, meyilli olmak, yan bakış

greek
λοξοκοιτάζω

ukrainian
косоокість

albanian
i hedh një sy, hedh një sy, të hedh një sy, hedh, hedh një

bulgarian
кривогледство, клоня, бегъл поглед, присвивам очи, бърз поглед

belarusian
касавокасць, косы позірк, косы

estonian
kõõritama, kallak, kissitama

croatian
zrikavost

icelandic
pírir

lithuanian
prisimerkti, žvairas, skersakiuoti, šnairas žvilgsnis, šnairavimas

latvian
šķielēt, šķielēšana

macedonian
кривогледство, кривоглед, тера да подзамижувате

romanian
strabism

slovenian
škiljenje, Zrikavost, mežika, oseba mežika

slovak
škúlenie, škúlenia, škúlení, mrkanie

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The meaning and "use of": squint

noun
  • a permanent deviation in the direction of the gaze of one eye.
  • a quick or casual look.
  • an oblique opening through a wall in a church permitting a view of the altar from an aisle or side chapel.

verb
  • 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.
  • have eyes that look in different directions.

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