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program / item (on a program) / CL: 臺|台, 個|个,
purpose; aim; goal; target; objective / CL: 個|个
at the present time / currently
catalog / table of contents / directory (on computer hard drive) / list / contents
subject / title / topic / CL: 個|个
target / goal / objective / CL: 個|个
item / project / (sports) event / CL: 個|个
gaze; (fig.) attention / expression in one's eyes; look / (lit. and fig.) sight; vision
academic subject / field of study
to witness / to see at first hand / to see with one's own eyes
blind / blindly / ignorant / lacking understanding
regular column or segment (in a publication or broadcast program) / program (TV or radio)
  *目* | 目* | *目
eye / (literary) to look; to regard / eye (of a net); mesh / mesh size; grit size (abbr. for 目數|目数) / item; section / list; catalogue / (taxonomy) order / name; title
attention / to stare at / to fix attention on sth
eyesight (i.e. quality of vision)
warms the heart and delights the eye (idiom) / pleasing / delightful
appearance / facial features / look
detailed listing / specific item
to focus attention upon
true identity / true colors
destination (location)
Lepidoptera (insect order including butterflies 蝶類|蝶类 and moths 蛾類|蛾类)
repertoire / program / song / piece of music
obvious at a glance (idiom)
name / designation / item / rubric / (formal usage) fame
dumbstruck (idiom); stupefied / stunned
to see for oneself / to see with one's own eyes
television program
booklist / bibliography / title catalogue / CL:
to stare
eye-grabbing (headline) / striking (illustration)
variety show
clauses and sub-clauses (in formal document) / entry (in a dictionary, encyclopedia etc)
anyone with eyes can see it (idiom); obvious to all / sth speaks for itself / is there for all to see
to attract attention / eye-catching / conspicuous
lit. to wipe one's eyes and wait (idiom); to wait and see
to have a whole new level of respect for sb or sth / to sit up and take notice (of sb's improved performance etc)
amount / number
a pleasant change / a breath of fresh air / refreshing
to follow with one's eyes (a departing guest etc)
until now / so far
to quarrel / to fall out with sb
nothing remains the same (idiom); change beyond recognition
to make a catalogue / catalogue / list
at present
with glaring eyes / glowering
to see with one's own eyes / to witness
eyes and ears / sb's attention or notice / information / knowledge / spies
variant of 炫目
to dazzle / to inspire awe
table of contents
unbearable to look at / an eyesore
to become enemies (idiom); to fall out with sb
as far as the eye can see
openly and without fear / brazenly
milkfish (Chanos chanos)
goggles / protective glasses
to look / to raise one's eyes
to be influenced
lit. not close one's eyes after dying (idiom) / fig. to die with an unresolved grievance
stupefied / flabbergasted
superorder (taxonomy) / catalog / table of contents
to dazzle the eyes
lit. shocks the eye, astonishes the heart (idiom); shocking / horrible to see / a ghastly sight
unable to take one's eyes off (idiom); to gaze steadily / to stare
to raise eyebrows / to cast sidelong glances (expressing fear or indignation) / shocked / surprised
theatrical piece (play or opera) / repertoire / list of plays or operas
gaudy / glaring / unpleasant to the eyes
eye-catching / conspicuous / obtrusive / striking / sticking out
to fool people (idiom) / to pull the wool over people's eyes
pretty / with delicate features
vivid in one's mind (idiom)
kind brows, pleasant eyes (idiom); amiable looking / benign-faced
subheading / specific item
fills the eyes (of a beautiful view, scene of desolation etc)
to close one's eyes / (fig.) to be contented at the time of one's death (Dying without closing one's eyes would signify having unresolved grievances.)
lit. the eye cannot recognize the letter T (idiom); totally illiterate
aimless / at random
planned target / scheduled target
lit. too much for the eye to take in (idiom); a feast for the eyes
The Strange State of the World Witnessed Over 20 Years, novel by late Qing novelist Wu Jianren 吳趼人|吴趼人
to look over
Compendium of Medical Herbs 1596, compiled by Li Shizhen 李時珍|李时珍
lit. not to know the true face of Lushan Mountain (idiom) / fig. can't see the forest for the trees
to consider everyone else beneath one (idiom); so arrogant that no-one else matters / condescending / to go about with one's nose in the air
to have a highly retentive memory / to have sth imprinted in one's memory
the eye cannot take it all in (idiom); too many good things to see / a feast for the eyes
flatfish / flounder
to fabricate excuses (idiom) / to concoct various items (e.g. to pad an expense account)
dazzling / brilliant
the eye can see nothing worthwhile all around (idiom); arrogant / condescending / supercilious
pleasant to behold / attractive
to have a dizzy spell / dazzled

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