Translation of cross-eyed in Spanish:

cross-eyed

Pronunciation: /ˈkrɔːsˌaɪd; ˌkrɒsˈaɪd/

adj

  • bizco to be cross-eyed ser* bizco to go cross-eyed ponerse* bizco
    More example sentences
    • The condition of being cross-eyed is also called strabismus.
    • He concentrated harder and harder until he was cross-eyed, completely focused on the flame.
    • He dazedly hugged me back, his eyes a bit cross-eyed but beginning to focus.

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