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Translation of "glance" - English-Spanish dictionary

glance

verb   /ɡlɑːns/ ( present participle glancing, past tense and past participle glanced)
B1 to look somewhere for a short time echar un vistazo He glanced at his watch.
to read something quickly echar un vistazo She glanced through the newspaper.
noun   /ɡlɑːns/
a quick look vistazo She had a quick glance around the restaurant.
(Definition of glance from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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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