English version

cast an eye on/over something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcast an eye on/over somethingcast an eye on/over somethingto examine or read something quickly in order to judge whether it is correct, good etc Mellor cast an eye over the draft for inaccuracies.cast a critical/expert etc eye Tonight, Tim Goodman casts a cynical eye on TV ads. cast
Examples from the Corpus
cast an eye on/over somethingSince marrying her he hadn't cast an eye on anyone else.The professor shrugged, casting an eye over Davide's good jacket, to inform him that his information was unnecessary.
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