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blink of an eye, flash, heartbeat, instant, jiffy, split second, trice, twinkling, wink, New York minute(noun)
a very short time (as the time it takes the eye to blink or the heart to beat)
"if I had the chance I'd do it in a flash"
closing one eye quickly as a signal
blink, eye blink, blinking, wink, winking, nictitation, nictation(verb)
a reflex that closes and opens the eyes rapidly
signal by winking
"She winked at him"
flash, blink, wink, twinkle, winkle(verb)
gleam or glow intermittently
"The lights were flashing"
blink, wink, nictitate, nictate(verb)
briefly shut the eyes
"The TV announcer never seems to blink"
wink, blink, blink away(verb)
force to go away by blinking
"blink away tears"
An act of winking (a blinking of only one eye), or a message sent by winking.
A brief time; an instant.
A brief period of sleep; especially forty winks.
A disc used in the game of tiddlywinks.
To close one's eyes.
To turn a blind eye.
To blink with only one eye as a message, signal, or suggestion.
To send an indication of agreement by winking.
Origin: From winken and winken, from and wincian, from winkanan, from weng-. Cognate with winken, winken. Related also to East Frisian wäänke, Dutch wenken, Latin vacillare, Lithuanian véngti, Albanian , Sanskrit .
to nod; to sleep; to nap
to shut the eyes quickly; to close the eyelids with a quick motion
to close and open the eyelids quickly; to nictitate; to blink
to give a hint by a motion of the eyelids, often those of one eye only
to avoid taking notice, as if by shutting the eyes; to connive at anything; to be tolerant; -- generally with at
to be dim and flicker; as, the light winks
to cause (the eyes) to wink
the act of closing, or closing and opening, the eyelids quickly; hence, the time necessary for such an act; a moment
a hint given by shutting the eye with a significant cast
Origin: [OE. winken, AS. wincian; akin to D. wenken, G. winken to wink, nod, beckon, OHG. winchan, Sw. vinka, Dan. vinke, AS. wancol wavering, OHG. wanchal wavering, wanchn to waver, G. wanken, and perhaps to E. weak; cf. AS. wincel a corner. Cf. Wench, Wince, v. i.]
A wink is a facial expression made by briefly closing one eye. A wink is an informal mode of non-verbal communication usually signaling shared hidden knowledge or intent, which may also include, in all contexts, sexual attraction.
Wink is a people search engine that searches for profiles across the Web.Wink began in 2004 as a social search engine to use input from other people to influence the relevance of Web pages. But in 2006 Wink changed directions to become a people search engine. At the time there were numerous growing social networks and other places online with limited ability to search. Serving those looking to find old friends or anyone with an active online life, Wink searches about one billion profiles across popular social networks and other destinations.Wink merged with Reunion.com in November, 2008.
Translations for WINK
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- picar l'ullet, fer l'ulletCatalan, Valencian
- mrkat, blikatCzech
- zuzwinkern, zwinkernGerman
- κλείνω το μάτιGreek
- guiño, guiñarSpanish
- iskeä silmää, silmänräpäys, vilkkua, silmänisku, tuikkia, vilkuttaaFinnish
- clin d'œil, faire un clin d'œil, cligner des yeuxFrench
- priob, priobadh, caogadh, caogScottish Gaelic
- blikka, blikkIcelandic
- conniveo, nictoLatin
- डोळा मारणेMarathi
- knipogen, ogenblik, flonkeren, knipoog, twinkelenDutch
- [[piscar]] ([[o]] [[olho]]), piscada, piscadelaPortuguese
- ch'ipihyay, ch'illmipakuyQuechua
- мигать, подмигивать, миг, мерцать, подмигнуть, подмигиваниеRussian
- ми̑г, намигнути, namignuti, mȋgSerbo-Croatian
- kaş göz etmek, göz kırpmakTurkish
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