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Spanish translation of “glance”

glance

verb /ɡlaːns/
to look very quickly
echar un vistazo, dar una mirada
He glanced at the book He glanced over the accounts.
glancing adjective which hits and glances off
oblicuo
a glancing blow.
at a glance at once
a primera/simple vista
I could tell at a glance that something was wrong.
glance off phrasal verb to hit and bounce off to one side
rebotar, desviar
The ball glanced off the edge of his bat.
(Definition of glance from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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