hawk-eyed


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hawk-eyed

(hôk′īd′)
adj.
Having very keen eyesight.
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hawk-eyed

adj
1. having extremely keen sight
2. vigilant, watchful, or observant: hawk-eyed scrutiny.
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hawk′-eyed`



adj.
having very keen sight.
[1810–20]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.hawk-eyed - having very keen visionhawk-eyed - having very keen vision; "quick-sighted as a cat"
sighted - able to see
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hawk-eyed

adjective sharp-eyed, vigilant, perceptive, observant, gimlet-eyed, keen-sighted, Argus-eyed, lynx-eyed Hawk-eyed readers may also spot mistakes.
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Translations

hawk-eyed

[ˌhɔːkˈaɪd] ADJcon ojos de lince
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hawk-eyed

adjscharfsichtig, adleräugig; to be hawk-eyedAdleraugen haben
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hawk-eyed

[ˈhɔːkˌaɪd] adjdagli occhi di falco
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hawk1

(hoːk) noun
a type of bird of prey.
ˈhawk-ˈeyed adjective
having very good eye-sight.
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HAWK-EYED shadow Transport Secretary Maria Eagle has got her talons into the cost of Whitehall cars.
His capacity to convert hawk-eyed observation into deep understanding is nowhere better seen than in his notes on Herman Melville, whose deep philosophical diving and restless search for serenity and certainty prompted thoughts of annihilation.
Intriguing e-mail from a hawk-eyed television viewer.