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out of/from the corner of your eye

If you see something out of/from the corner of your eye, you see it but not clearly because it happens to the side of you: I saw something move out of the corner of my eye.
(Definition of out of/from the corner of your eye from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “out of/from the corner of your eye”
in Chinese (Simplified) 用眼角余光(看),不经意(瞅见)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 用眼角餘光(看),不經意(瞅見)…
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