Noun(1) a quick look(2) a brief or incomplete view(3) a vague indication
Verb(1) catch a glimpse of or see briefly
(1) a glimpse into the world of the wealthy(2) she caught a glimpse of the ocean(3) I still recall one Sunday morning when I caught a glimpse of them outside.(4) He caught a glimpse of my wallet pic of Colin, only a glimpse though.(5) We briefly glimpse him alive and well before he is blown from his horse by a shell that destroys a significant part of his face.(6) He happened to glimpse the clock and realized he had lost track of the time.(7) She looked around the beautifully adorned room and caught a glimpse of herself in a round oval mirror.(8) Trying to look past the dull conversation, I caught a glimpse of red from the corner of my eye.(9) Rolling her eyes, her father caught glimpse in the mirror.(10) I toss opportunities like coins, and call tails when I've already caught a glimpse of the queen's crown.(11) She peeked round the corner and caught a glimpse of a police car going slowly down the street.(12) To tell the truth, I couldn't glimpse a trace of any such crisis in the mesmerizing flow of this work.(13) And I was left with the feeling of having been granted a glimpse of heaven.(14) So here, imagination allows us to glimpse truths of a kind that seem to elude reason operating alone.(15) For once, there were no fans hanging around waiting to have a glimpse of their favourite star.(16) Part of the continuing allure of police action films is the chance to get under the skin of a criminal, to glimpse into an alien world.
(1) catch a glimpse :: dal cipolwg
1. brief look ::
2. quick look ::
edrych yn sydyn
3. glance ::
4. peek ::
5. peep ::
6. sight ::
8. catch sight of ::
9. notice ::
10. discern ::
11. spot ::
fan a'r lle
12. spy ::
13. sight ::
14. pick out ::
15. make out ::
16. espy ::
17. descry ::
1. gaze ::
2. stare ::
Different Formsglimpse, glimpsed, glimpses, glimpsing
Word Example from TV Shows
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a GLIMPSE of the men
we could've been.
Westworld Season 2, Episode 2
...with a GLIMPSE of a world that's just
beyond their soot-stained fingertips.
The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 3
where Marty McFly gets a GLIMPSE
of his future self
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 10
English to Welsh Dictionary: glimpse
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