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eyeballsnoun [plural]

uk   us   /ˈaɪbɔːlz/ informal
MARKETING the ​number of ​people who watch a particular ​televisionchannel or visit a particular ​website: Look for actors and sports ​stars to be ​featured to ​captureconsumer eyeballs.
be up to the/your eyeballs in sth to be very ​busy with or involved in something: Interest ​rates are ​rising fast, and more ​people than ever before are up to the eyeballs in ​debt. The family's been up to its eyeballs in ​politics all of her ​life.
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