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blink

verb /bliŋk/
to move (the eyelids) rapidly up and down
parpadear, pestañear
It is impossible to stare for a long time without blinking The bright sunshine made his eyes blink.
in the blink of an eye within an extremely short period of time, very quickly
En un Abrir y Cerrar de Ojos
In the blink of an eye, she was gone.
Translations of “blink”
in Arabic يَطْرِف…
in Korean 눈을 깜빡이다…
in Malaysian kelip mata…
in French cligner des yeux…
in Turkish hızlıca göz kırpmak, hızlı yanıp sönmek…
in Italian battere le palpebre…
in Chinese (Traditional) 眨(眼睛), (光)閃爍…
in Russian моргать, мигать…
in Polish mrugać, migać, błyskać…
in Vietnamese chớp mắt…
in Portuguese piscar…
in Thai กะพริบตา…
in German blinzeln…
in Catalan parpellejar…
in Japanese まばたきする…
in Indonesian mengejapkan mata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 眨(眼睛), (光)闪烁…
(Definition of blink from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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