English version

steal a look/glance etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsteal a look/glance etcsteal a look/glance etcLOOK ATto look at someone or something quickly and secretly steal
Examples from the Corpus
steal a look/glance etcHe stole a glance at her.Jenna stole a look at him and he was watching her intently, in every way intent.She stole a glance at him; his features matched the ice in his tone and his eyes surpassed it.She stole a glance from her future and turned her head.
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