Glance at something - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
glance at (someone or something) (redirected from glance at something)
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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
References in periodicals archive
I wrote that even one-seventh of a second could be long enough to have a sudden wonderful thought or feeling, or to get a single swift glance at something
Recently I had occasion to glance at something
I wrote months ago indeed, something I'd had reviewed by friends and then had professionally printed.
"It's better to glance at something
10 times, rather than sitting down studiously for an hour or so."
This is where you glance at something
totally unrelated and see a face.
For example, Autom looks down at the screen on its torso briefly when asking for the user to put in information, in the way people naturally glance at something
they are mentioning.