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square-eyed

adjective uk   /ˌskweəˈraɪd/  us   /ˌskwerˈaɪd/ UK informal
If you say someone is or will go square-eyed, you mean they are watching too much television: You'll go square-eyed if you sit in front of that TV any more!
Translations of “square-eyed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 看電視上癮的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 看电视上瘾的…
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