Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Eye"

The meaning of "Eye" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does see eye to eye mean?
A: It stems from the phrase 'to be on the same level', because if you're on the same level, your eyes will be in line with each other.
The phrase 'being on the same level' means to have the same understanding as each other, and feel the same about whatever you are 'on the same level' with.
Q: What does

It may have been the eye patch and pirate language that tipped him off.

mean?
A: the reason he found out and knew was probably because of the eye patch or pirate language. those two things might be the reason he learned or came to the understand or knowledge about someone or something.
Q: What does An eye for an eye. mean?
A: "An eye for an eye" is a "law." It means when a person hurts another person, they'll get the same treatment.
For example: A person punched a man. Another person will punch them as punishment.
Or a guy kicked another person in the knee. Somebody will kick that guy in the knee as punishment
Q: What does my eye is not less fishy.... mean?
A: It doesn't really make sense =/
Q: What does "I wasn't keeping my eye on the ball like I knew I could." mean?
A: it's a figure of speech meaning "I wasn't focusing/paying attention as well as I know I can"

Example sentences using "Eye"

Q: Please show me example sentences with see eye to eye .
A: -There is often shouting heard next door as the roommates can't see eye to eye.
-I can't see how their marriage will work out when they don't see eye to eye on almost everything.
Q: Please show me example sentences with to turn a blind eye.
A: We're not going to turn a blind eye to his actions.

You can't just turn a blind eye to everything that is happening.

I'm not gonna turn a blind eye to everything you have done.

The police aren't going to turn a blind eye if they catch you.

I might turn a blind eye.

If it's his first time doing something wrong, you could turn a blind eye.

It's not right to turn a blind eye when people are suffering.
Q: Please show me example sentences with eye candy.
A: Random girl: "OMG, THAT GUY IS SOO CUTE!! #EYECANDY"
Q: Please show me example sentences with eye drops .
A: Eye drops and ointments can be broken down into two categories: over-the-counter (OTC) eye drops and prescription (Rx) eye drops.
Q: Please show me example sentences with have an eye for.
A: "Wow, you have a good eye for that sort of thing!"
"Ah, I see you have an eye for fine art."
"She has a real eye for fashion!"

similar:
"You have a good ear for music." (in this case, it usually means you can play an instrument or sing well)

Synonyms of "Eye" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between eye dentist and ophthalmologist ?
A: I think I can answer better now. Eye dentist is just what other doctors call opthalmologists because opthalmologists don't have to work as much.
Q: What is the difference between I've got my eye on you. and I have my eye on you. ?
A: They mean the same thing, but I've got my eye on you sounds a little bit more natural.
Q: What is the difference between Keep on eye out for and Keep an eye on ?
A: @kat70102 "Keep an eye out for..." is looking for something or noticing when something happens.

"Keep an eye on..." is watching something to make sure it is alright.

"I'll keep an eye out for your picture in the paper."

"I'll keep an eye on the dog to make sure he stays indoors."
Q: What is the difference between keep an eye on and look at and watch ?
A: Keep an eye on = make sure that someone isn't misbehaving "I'm keeping an eye on him"
Also, check that something isn't doing something it shouldn't or you don't want it to "I'm keeping an eye on the stock markets, to check the shares don't fall"

look at = "I'm looking at the painting" "I'm looking at old photos"

watch = look at carefully, generally something that moves "I'm watching TV" "I'm watching the birds in my garden".
Q: What is the difference between as far as the eye can see and as far as I can see ?
A: Usually, "as far as the eye can see" refers to visibility, but "as far as I can see" is a metaphor meaning "as I understand the situation."

Translations of "Eye"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? taking a red eye is so exciting. 이 표현 맞나요?
A: A red eye flight is a type of flight that leaves late at night and arrives early in the morning. So “a red eye” would be accurate here
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? we never made eye contact with me in reality


is it natural?
A: We never made eye contact in reality.

Is more natural
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 彼の どちらの目 which eye of his? or which of his eye?
A: Which one of his eyes?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? There's an eye cream, and the volume is 15 ml, I know "ml" means "milli litre", but how do the US or British nstive speaker usually say? Is it "em el"? Thank you!
A: We would say "fifteen milliliters" or sometimes "fifteen mils" (more common in the U.K.)

Hope this helps :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? apart from "I love you or I have an eye on you" , how will the native English speaker express the same thing?
A: I don't understand. 'I love you' and 'I have an eye on you' do not mean the same thing.
Other ways of saying 'I love you' - 'I'm really into you' 'I've fallen for you' 'We're made for each other' 'You're everything to me' 'I care for you'

Other ways of saying 'I have an eye on you' - 'I'm watching you' 'I don't trust you' 'I'm suspicious of you' 'I'm keeping track of you' 'You seem pretty shady'

Other questions about "Eye"

Q: This is one having gentle eye
穏やかな目をしています。 Does this sound natural?
A: He / She has kind eyes. (動物ならhe / she の代わりにit/this oneも使えます) This を使えたい場合はThis girl / boy / man / woman / cat / dog has kind eyes です。

目を見るとその人か動物が優しいかなと思うという意味があります。
Q: I kept on eye contact with the client during the interview. Does this sound natural?
A: By 'client' do you mean the interviewer?

Maybe try, "I kept eye contact with the employer during the interview" or "I kept eye contact with the interviewer throughout."
Q: could you give me one white eye liner? Does this sound natural?
A: Instead of "one" use "a". So it would be "Could you give me a white eyeliner?"
Q: I went to the eye doctor in the morning👀🏥 Does this sound natural?
A: In the morning and this morning are both natural just the meanings are slightly different
Q: Eye to eye. 目と目(めとめ)

As a caption for the photo where you can see a guy's eye and an eye tattoo on his shoulder. Does this sound natural?
A: Eye to eye sounds better

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