guiñar los ojos

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guiñar los ojos(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to half close one's eyes)
a. to blink
El perro no para de guiñar los ojos, y creo que debe de tener algo en el ojo.The dog won't stop blinking, so I think he must have something in his eye.
b. to squint
Como no llevaba puestas las gafas de sol, tuve que guiñar los ojos para ver qué pasaba.As I wasn't wearing my sunglasses, I had to squint to see what was happening.
2. (to make a sign at one another)
a. to wink at each other
Cada vez que sus pasteles recibían un elogio, las hermanas se guiñaban los ojos.Every time their cakes got praised, the sisters would wink at each other.
b. to wink at one another
Nos guiñamos los ojos en señal de complicidad.We winked at one another conspiratorially.
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