More eyedioms

 

  1. To have an eye for something is to be particularly perceptive or discriminating in a certain discipline or activity.
  2. In the public eye is the state of being known or of interest to people in general especially though the media
  3. To keep an eye on someone or something is to observe carefully.
  4. To cry one’s eyes out is to cry very hard.
  5. To open someone’s eyes is to make someone understand

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