- 1.1 (innocent, naive) See examples: he looked at her wide-eyeda couple of wide-eyed peasantsla miró con cara de inocenteun par de campesinos ingenuosExample sentences1.2 (surprised, shocked) See examples: he stared at her in wide-eyed amazement
se quedó mirándola boquiabierto or con ojos como platosExample sentences
- Eddie is an innocent, naïve and wide-eyed security guard inadvertently caught up in Gary and Frank's plans.
- I've been trying to come up with a term to describe that particular wide-eyed look of false innocence that co-workers flash at you when you approach their desks.
- A wide-eyed innocent, he longs to captain his own vessel and wed his true love, Mercedes.
- The girl rejected for her admittedly rather lackluster braiding skills opened her mouth in wide-eyed surprise.
- Kutcher is wide-eyed, mouth hanging open, for the entire film.
- Ericka looked back to me in wide-eyed surprise.
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Carnaval is the three days of festivities preceding Lent, characterized by costumes, masks, drinking, music, and dancing.