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have a roving eye

old-fashioned humorous
If you say that someone has a roving eye, you mean that they are always sexually interested in people other than their partner.
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Translations of “have a roving eye”
in Chinese (Simplified) 色迷迷, 总找机会寻花问柳…
in Chinese (Traditional) 色迷迷, 總找機會尋花問柳…
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