glance at (someone or something)

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glance at (someone or something)

To look at someone or something very quickly and discreetly. That boy just glanced at you again! I think he likes you! OK, I only glanced at the map, but I'm pretty sure we're lost!
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glance at someone or something

to look quickly at someone or something. Sharon glanced at Todd to see if he looked as if he was ready to go. I glanced at my watch and realized how long all this had taken.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Peter Wilks lives?" they give a glance at one another, and nodded their heads, as much as to say, "What d' I tell you?" Then one of them says, kind of soft and gentle:
If he had appeared suddenly among his acquaintances, he would have been received as one from the skies; but we must just glance at one more fact before we conclude this preface.
class="MsoNormalDid those who noticed them do what we mostly do in Nairobi, steal a sideways glance at one another and say nothing?
Harry and Markle exchanged a quick glance at one another at one point as Curry drifted from his prepared remarks and ad libbed while the queen looked on stoically.
Just a quick glance at one of their various pronouncements or tweets on current affairs reveals the glaring lack of scruples.
My wife (a retired cop too) and I often look at someone, exchange a quick glance at one another, and are immediately on the same page about the miscreant.
A sideways glance at one OPTA stats-driven website lists the Ecuadorian's data generated weaknesses as 'passing, finishing, crossing, offside awareness and holding the ball up'.
A glance at one of Google's self-driving cars tells you that sensors are an important part of the AI game.
A glance at one of its 2007 earnings reports would have shown zero revenue and growing losses.
Eyebrows were raised at one meeting of all the big names when a glance at one council leader's phone appeared to show a picture of Stalin as a screensaver.
A sideways glance at one another before they pounced.
That much is obvious from a quick glance at one of the online forums where they are discussed in nerdish detail.
The married mayor, 46, even stole an admiring glance at one of them, 24-year-old Lauren Riccoboni.
A glance at one discount ammo supplier's price for Winchester .30-06 180-grain E-Tip listed it at $42.99 per box, definitely steeper than a comparable box of Power Points ($19.14), but still below the company's Elite XP3 ($53.40).
A glance at one betrays its racing potential - low-slung, beefy bodywork, curvy front and rear, and twin exhausts poking from the rear skirts.