English translation of 'loucher'
Verb Table intransitive verb
1. (strabisme) to squint
loucher sur to have one’s eye on ⧫ to have one’s beady eye on
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Example Sentences Including 'loucher'
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Le prototype de la future 2 CV tangue déjà dans les virages, et les phares des Peugeot se mettent à loucher.Le Monde (2003)
Nous devons aussi savoir loucher, puis revenir à une vision normale.Le Monde (2000)
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Used Rarely. loucher is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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'loucher' in Other Languages
British English: squint /skwɪnt/ VERB
If you squint at something, you look at it with your eyes partly closed.
The girl squinted at the photograph.
- American English: squint
- Arabic: يَنْظُرُ بِعَيْنَيْـنِ نِصْفَ مُغْمَضَتَيْـنِ
- Brazilian Portuguese: olhar com os olhos meio fechados
- Chinese: 眯着眼看
- Croatian: žmirkati
- Czech: mžourat
- Danish: kigge med sammenknebne øjne
- Dutch: turen
- European Spanish: bizquear
- Finnish: karsastaa
- French: loucher
- German: schielen
- Greek: αλληθωρίζω
- Italian: strizzare gli occhi
- Japanese: 斜視である
- Korean: 눈을 가늘게 뜨고 보다
- Norwegian: skjele
- Polish: zmrużyć oczy
- European Portuguese: olhar com os olhos meio fechados
- Romanian: a se uita chiorâș
- Russian: косить (глазами)
- Spanish: entrecerrar los ojos
- Swedish: kisa
- Thai: ชำเลืองมอง
- Turkish: şaşı bakmak
- Ukrainian: мружитися
- Vietnamese: bị lác mắt
Translation of loucher from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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