have an eye to/toward

Definition of have an eye to/toward

  1. :  to have (something) in one's thoughts as a goal or purpose She has an eye to attending graduate school.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  a specialized light-sensitive sensory structure of animals that in nearly all vertebrates, most arthropods, and some mollusks is the image-forming organ of sight

    :  the nearly spherical usually paired hollow organ of sight in vertebrates that is filled with a jellylike material, is lined with a photosensitive retina, and is lodged in a bony orbit in the skull

    :  all the visible structures within and surrounding the orbit and including eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows

  1. :  to fix the eyes on :  look at

    :  contemplate, consider

    :  to watch or study closely

towardplay
  1. :  in the direction of

    :  along a course leading to

    :  in relation to

  1. :  coming soon :  imminent

    :  happening at the moment :  afoot

    :  quick to learn :  apt


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