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gaze 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/gāz/,
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gazed, past tense; gazed, past participle; gazes, 3rd person singular present; gazing, present participle;
  1. Look steadily and intently, esp. in admiration, surprise, or thought
    • - he could only gaze at her in astonishment
Noun
  1. A steady intent look
    • - he turned, following her gaze
    • - offices screened from the public gaze
  2. (in literary theory) A particular perspective taken to embody certain aspects of the relationship between observer and observed, esp. as reflected in the way in which an author or film director (unconsciously or otherwise) directs attention
    • - the male gaze

  1. a long fixed look; "he fixed his paternal gaze on me"
  2. look at with fixed eyes; "The students stared at the teacher with amazement"
  3. GAZE is an acronym for the Basque term 'gazte ekinzale' which refers to an entrepreneurial youth.
  4. The 'Gaze' is a psychoanalytical term brought into popular usage by Jacques Lacan to describe a condition where the mature autonomous subject observes "the observation of himself" in a mirror. ...
  5. Gaze is The Beautiful South's eighth original album, released in 2003. The release was supported by a tour entitled Gaze With The Beautiful South.
  6. Gaze were an indie pop band based in Vancouver, British Columbia. They released two albums on K Records during the late 1990s.
  7. The Japanese animation television series Death Note, is based on the manga series written by Tsugumi Ohba and illustrated by Takeshi Obata. ...
  8. Gaze (typeset as GAZE and formerly known as the Dublin Lesbian and Gay Film Festival) is an annual film festival which takes place in Dublin, Ireland each bank holiday weekend in late July-early August. It began in 1992 and is now Ireland's largest LGBT film event. ...
  9. The term gaze is frequently used in physiology to describe coordinated motion of the eyes and neck. The lateral gaze is controlled by the paramedian pontine reticular formation (PPRF). ...
  10. A fixed look; a look of eagerness, wonder, or admiration; a continued look of attention; : The object gazed on; To stare intently or earnestly; (poetic) To stare at
  11. (Gazing) A gaze is an inviting display of warmth where positive emotions are attached to the face making it appear softer.  Opposite to the gaze is the stare which acts like daggers shooting invisible arrows into the face of another. ...
  12. The concept of the gaze is derived largely from the psychoanalytic work of Jacques Lacan concerning the formation of subjectivity (see 'The Mirror Stage'). The gaze represents power: the one who looks is in the position of power over the one who is looked at. ...
  13. applied to a beast of the chase when looking full front. See guardant for other animals in this posture
  14. The surveillance, scrutiny and analysis of peoples and places by observers (traditionally men). Often linked to the idea that these observers can provide a privileged, objective, value-free description of the world. Known as the imperial gaze when linked with colonialism. ...
  15. All the Deer-kind when borne full faced, or looking affrontée, are said to be at Gaze. All other beasts in this attitude are called Guardant.
  16. A fixed, earnest look; a long, intent look; a dog who gazes or stares.
  17. To glare with silent disapproval at a troll who has intentionally attempted to derail a topic. A sign of non-acknowledgment of a particularly offensive or inflammatory post, and a sign to other commenters not to “feed the troll” (pay attention to a disruptive commenter). ...
  18. penetrating and sage observation. In the Birth of the Clinic, Foucault speaks of the myth of the clinical gaze, that is, the myth that the physician can see into the heart of a problem in order to diagnose and treat it, and that this ability to know by gazing is a result of the vast array of ...
  19. We need to keep our gaze fixed on the Light, the "summer sun," thus aligning our sight with Christ's vision, with the Holy Spirit's loving gaze, and with the Strength of God.
  20. the idea that the way we look at something, and the way somebody looks at you, is structured by the way we view the world. Feminist Laura Mulvey suggests that looking involves power, specifically the look of men at women, implying that men have power over women.
  21. 2000. Cl, vn, vc, piano, perc
  22. Debbie Grant on Flickr