glanced, past participle; glances, 3rd person singular present; glancing, present participle; glanced, past tense;
Take a brief or hurried look
Ginny glanced at her watch
Read quickly or cursorily
I glanced through your personnel file last night
Hit something at an angle and bounce off obliquely
he saw a stone glance off a crag and hit Tom on the head
(esp. of light) Reflect off something with a brief flash
sunlight glanced off the curved body of a dolphin
(in ball games) Deflect (the ball) slightly with a delicate contact
he glanced the ball into the right corner of the net
A shiny sulfide ore of lead, copper, or other metal
a quick look
throw a glance at; take a brief look at; "She only glanced at the paper"; "I only peeked--I didn't see anything interesting"
hit at an angle
A brief or cursory look; A deflection; A form of mineral with a brilliant lustre; To look briefly (at something); To graze a surface; To sparkle; To hit lightly with the head, make a deft header
(glancing) Making a superficial, obtuse contact with something
(glanced) look briefly, brief look
(Glancing) a method of striking that is similar to a slice. The major difference is that the depth of penetration is much greater. It does not skim the surface of the target, but makes a deep penetration.
(Glancing) Oblique attack or strike.
a mineral with a glassy appearance. Specific examples include:
C. to look at SO or ST for a long time, often with love
A small container view that closes itself automatically after it has been displayed for a brief period. Also, if a user taps the view, it closes immediately. Source: NUIG
A shot played finely on the leg side behind the batsman.
A bitter tasting fungus often used for catching shadows.
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