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VERB 瞥；迅速地看一眼 If you glance at something or someone, you look at them very quickly and then look away again immediately.
He glanced at his watch...
I glanced back.
VERB 浏览 If you glance through or at a newspaper, report, or book, you spend a short time looking at it without reading it very carefully.
I picked up the phone book and glanced through it...
I never even glanced at the political page of a daily paper.
N-COUNT 一瞥；扫视 A glance is a quick look at someone or something.
Trevor and I exchanged a glance.
...stealing a quick glance at her watch.
PHRASE 立刻；一眼就 If you see something at a glance, you see or recognize it immediately, and without having to think or look carefully.
One could tell at a glance that she was a compassionate person.
PHRASE 乍一看；乍看上去 If you say that something is true or seems to be true at first glance, you mean that it seems to be true when you first see it or think about it, but that your first impression may be wrong.
At first glance, organic farming looks much more expensive for the farmer.
PHRASE 偷偷地看一眼；偷瞥 If you steal a glance at someone or something, you look at them quickly so that nobody sees you looking.
He stole a glance at the clock behind her.