English version

spare a glance

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishspare a glancespare a glanceBritish English written to look quickly at someone or somethingspare a glance at Before leaving the old town, spare another glance at the tower.spare somebody/something a glance a bored waitress who scarcely spared them a glance spare
Examples from the Corpus
spare somebody/something a glanceHer father raised his hand once, hardly sparing a second glance.Rudolf did not spare a glance.They sat at one of the marble-topped tables and ordered coffee from a bored waitress who scarcely spared them a glance.They didn't spare the newcomers a glance as Agnes led the way to the royal apartments.Before passing on to the maze of closely clustered streets of the old town, spare another glance at the tower.He didn't spare Schmidt a glance; his eyes held Culley's, waiting for the glint that betrays sudden movement.That she should spare a first glance, let alone a second, on this man was almost incredible.
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