Definition of 'eyeball'
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The opposition should be allowed to go eyeball to eyeball if they so wish. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He was also up to his eyeballs in debt to the bank. Christianity Today (2000)German consumers are not up to their eyeballs in debt. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Up to their eyeballs in debt, they resort to inept armed robbery to pay the bills. The Sun (2007)I recall rolling my eyeballs. Times, Sunday Times (2009)At his house, police also recovered human eyeballs preserved in bottles of wine and pieces of what appeared to be human flesh hanging out to dry. Times, Sunday Times (2012)In terms of sheer human eyeball time, he may be the most influential man of the past 20 years. Times, Sunday Times (2010)She told the court: 'I had a very abusive partner for three years and he left me up to the eyeballs in debt. The Sun (2009)We'll be going eyeball to eyeball and I want to beat them. The Sun (2011)They like to draw from the wild, endangering their own lives as they go eyeball to eyeball with wild dogs, sharks and rhinos. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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Translations for 'eyeball'
British English: eyeball NOUN
Your eyeballs are your whole eyes, rather than just the part which can be seen between your eyelids.
British English: eyeball VERB
If you eyeball someone or something, you stare at them.
The guard eyeballed him pretty hard despite his pass.
Definition of eyeball from the Collins English Dictionary
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