@gabbytrbl oh...kay! then, like when i want to express the physical movement(literally blinking an eye), in that case 'he didn't bat his eyes for over 1 minute' is less natural than "he didnt blink his eyes for over 1 minute"??
@tjstkdn1 when talking about the movement of eyelashes yes She bats her eyelashes everytime she asks for something She bats her eyelashes to look cute These are not 'common' expression but bats is usually used to describe a movement of eyelashes for a certain intention such as being cute or begging. Like 'aegyo'
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