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leer at (someone or something)

To stare at someone in a cunning, malicious, or lustful manner. There were these two guys leering at us from across the bar all night long, so we never really felt at ease. I just leered at them as I plotted their company's downfall.
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leer at someone

to gaze at someone flirtatiously or with lust. Why are you leering at that woman in the bikini? Stop leering at me!
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In 1972 Van Leer made a solo album, Introspection, featuring all- instrumental music, the adaptations of classical melodies.
LEER has incorporated the most comprehensive collection of convenience and usability features found on any folding tonneau available today into this new tri-fold cover.
The statement didn't identify the attackers but indicated that the patrol was dispatched to the area following reports about villagers fleeing Leer area amid increasing violence against civilians.
"The security here in Leer is calm since the UNIMISS has come down here, the security now has come here, because UNMISS is patrolling every road and every corner," Kong said.
"Ongoing hostilities in Unity state have now obliged all non-governmental organizations and UN agencies to evacuate staff from Leer and other locations," UN Aid Chief in South Sudan Toby Lanzer said in a statement.
Lia Van Leer, founder of the Jerusalem Cinematheque and a pioneering figure in the Israeli film industry, died March 13 at a hospital in Jerusalem.
Conocerlas bien ayuda a entender lo que significa leer y facilita un mejor enfoque de las estrategias que contribuyen a consolidar las habilidades de lectura demandadas en estos tiempos.