Definition of with an eye to/toward
- They hired him with an eye toward increased sales.
- They bought the house with an eye toward its restoration.
: 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
: all the visible structures within and surrounding the orbit and including eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows
: the faculty of seeing with eyes
: to fix the eyes on : look at
: contemplate, consider
: to watch or study closely
: in the direction of
: along a course leading to
: in relation to
: coming soon : imminent
: happening at the moment : afoot
: quick to learn : apt
What made you want to look up with an eye to/toward? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).