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wink British & World English

Close and open one eye quickly, typically to indicate that something is a joke or a secret or as a signal of affection or greeting

tip someone the wink British & World English

Give someone private information

wink at in wink British & World English

Pretend not to notice (something bad or illegal)

nudge nudge in nudge British & World English

Used to draw attention to a sexual innuendo in the previous statement

nudge nudge British & World English

Used to draw attention to a sexual innuendo in the previous statement

tip someone the wink in tip3 British & World English

Give someone private information

a nod's as good as a wink to a blind horse British & World English

Used to convey that a hint or suggestion can be or has been understood without the need of further elaboration or explanation

a nod's as good as a wink to a blind horse in nod British & World English

Used to convey that a hint or suggestion can be or has been understood without the need of further elaboration or explanation

wink English Thesaurus

he winked an eye at his companion

wink English-Spanish

guiño masculine, guiñada feminine

wink at in wink English Thesaurus

the authorities winked at their illegal trade

to wink at sb English-Spanish

guiñarle el ojo, hacerle* un guiño

to wink at sth in wink English-Spanish

hacer* la vista gorda frente a algo

to give sb a wink in give English-Spanish

hacerle* una guiñada

to give sb a wink in wink English-Spanish

guiñarle el ojo a algn, hacerle* un guiño

as quick as a wink in wink English-Spanish

en un abrir y cerrar de ojos

to tip sb the wink in wink English-Spanish

darle* el soplo a algn

he didn't say I could, but he gave me a nod and a wink in nod English-Spanish

no me dijo que sí, pero me lo dio a entender

a nod is as good as a wink (to a blind man o horse) in nod English-Spanish

a buen entendedor pocas palabras (bastan)