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

The meaning of "Eyes" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "We had the eyes of refugees." mean?
A: They saw from the perspective or view point of the refugees. "We stayed at a refugee camp for a week so we had the eyes of refugees."
Q: What does "I have asked you not to roll your eyes at me, a lot!" mean?
A: @Chihiro0123: 軽蔑っぽい顔見ないでよって何回も言ったでしょ!
Q: What does I've got blue eyes. mean?
A: I have blue eyes.

"I've got" is more informal/casual.
Q: What does her eyes water. mean?
A: Eyes watering is similar to tears, as in the eyes become wet and the tears might flow out. However, when your eyes water, you are generally not crying, and there is an external reason for that. For example, your eyes would water if you cut onions or stared at the Sun or got punched in the gut. "Tears" could be used to describe that, but in my opinion "water" is more common. "Tears" are usually due to an internal, emotional reason.
Q: What does eyes wide shut mean?
A: That makes no sense.

Example sentences using "Eyes"

Q: Please show me example sentences with Take one’s eyes off.
A: : to stop looking at (someone or something) I took my eyes off the road for one second. I can't take my eyes off that beautiful ring of yours!I hope this help
Q: Please show me example sentences with What does mean that she's got your eyes?
She is got your eyes?
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A: It just means that your eyes look like your mother's eyes, same color, shape, or expression.
1. She has her mother's eyes; that same bright blue!
2. She has her mother's eyes; I could tell by the shape and color who her mother was.
3. She has such a soft expression in her eyes. She definitely has her mother's eyes.
Q: Please show me example sentences with your eyes do not deceive you.
A: "Your eyes do not deceive you. I really did dye my hair green."

"Your eyes do not deceive you. You're looking at my brand new 100 inch TV."

"Your eyes do not deceive you. That's really Taylor Swift sitting in my living room."
Q: Please show me example sentences with four eyes.
A: "four eyes" is an old, rude nickname for someone with glasses. Mostly children use this term. It is used like a name.

"Hey, four eyes!"
"What's your name, four eyes?"
Q: Please show me example sentences with in my eyes.
A: @atlwatictdf: In my eyes, he's the most fit for the position.

(used to say 'in my perspective' or 'in my opinion')

Synonyms of "Eyes" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I have blue eyes and I have got blue eyes and Tom has two sisters and Tom has got two sisters ?
A: I have blue eyes that means he or she has blue eyes.. I have got blue eyes that means he or she just got a blue eyes for example she just got a blue eyes by transplantation, tom has two sisters that means tom has two sisters from the past and present day he still has two sisters... Tom has got to sisters that means tom is just get two sisters
Q: What is the difference between I've got blue eyes and i have blue eyes ?
A: They both mean the same thing. "I've (I have)" and "Have" are both expressing something that is in your possession. But "I have blue eyes" is more common.
Q: What is the difference between I've got black eyes and I've black eyes ?
A: I've got black eyes: sounds better and grammatically correct.
I've black eyes: should be written as "I have black eyes"
I've got black eyes = I have black eyes.
Q: What is the difference between A : The girl’s eyes widened. and B : The girl’s eyes were widened. ?
A: @Koreakimchi Some sentences does make sense and doesn't entirely have to have a verb
Q: What is the difference between Beautiful eyes and Beautifully eyes ?
A: Yeah you could say that but in that situation you can also say my cat *name* has beautifully odd eyes since you're describing the word odd which sounds better

Translations of "Eyes"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this? when you are sick, your eyes excret tear a lot and it feels like swollen. how do you express this ?
A: I am tearing a lot and my eyes are swollen.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? He sang while looking my eyes. 👈This sentence is natural?
A: That sentence is grammatically incorrect. Here's how it should be:
"He sang while looking at my eyes"

You cannot use the verb "to look" like that, requires a preposition to become a phrasal verb. Only as a phrasal verb can it be used in that specific sentence. Phrasal verbs are "verb" + "adjective" or "preposition". You can say "to look upon", "to look over", "to look under", "to look after", "to look at", etc. and they all mean different things.

The correct phrasal verb to apply to your sentence is "to look" (verb) + "at" (preposition).

TLDR: "He sang while looking at my eyes"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? If you close your eyes, we will try to tell thanks and love with warmth or softness.
A: I'm not sure if this exactly fits your meaning, but I would suggest the following:

If you close your eyes, we will try to give thanks and love through our warmth and softness.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Shifting eyes and vacancy vanished怎么读
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I lay still and closed my eyes, I heard the sounds of cars approaching from the distance.
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Other questions about "Eyes"

Q: A:Can you close your eyes?
B:Why?
A:Just close their. does this sound natural?
A: "their" needs to be "them". And here, it can't be omitted.
Q: I tend to drop my eyes and I fee my face stiffen. does this sound natural?
A: I'm assuming you meant "feel" instead of "fee"?
It's grammatically correct, but I'm not quite sure what you're trying to say.
Perhaps "My eyes tend to droop and my face often feels stiff" would be more natural. ☺️
Q: I told you to keep your eyes open for her. I knew she was embezzling money from your company, but you didn't listen to me, it serves you right. does this sound natural?
A: Perfectly natural! I would make the the last two lines two sentences ^^
Q: Icannot keep my eyes open..and describe I'm very tired ,is it okay? does this sound natural?
A: Oh then that's natural
Q: He pull his eyes from the camera lenses. (When he was taken a photo)彼はカメラのレンズから目線をはずした。 does this sound natural?
A: Assuming that we are talking about the person being photographed, you would say, “He looks away from the camera.”

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