bug-eyed

bug-eyed

(bŭg′īd′)
adj.
1. Having protruding eyes.
2. Wide-eyed, as with astonishment or curiosity; agog.

bug-eyed

adj
with protuberant eyes

bug′-eyed`



adj.
with bulging eyes, as from surprise.
[1920–25]
Translations

bug-eyed

[ˌbʌgˈaɪd] ADJ to be bug-eyedmirar con los ojos saltones
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