side-glance

side-glance
{'saidgla:ns}
1. поглед изкосо
2. намек
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{'saidgla:ns} n 1. поглед изкосо; 2. намек.
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1. намек 2. поглед изкосо
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side-glance[´said¸gla:ns] n кос поглед, поглед изкосо.

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