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eagle eye

noun [C usually singular] uk   us  
If someone has an eagle eye, they notice everything, even very small details: We sat down and started the exam under the eagle eye of the teacher.
eagle-eyed
adjective uk   us   /ˌiː.ɡl̩ˈaɪd/
My eagle-eyed mother noticed that some cookies were missing.
Translations of “eagle eye”
in Chinese (Traditional) 敏銳的眼光, 銳利的目光…
in Chinese (Simplified) 敏锐的眼光, 锐利的目光…
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