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guiño

  
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1      (con un ojo)    wink  
hacer guiños a algn      to wink at sb,   (amantes)    to make eyes at sb  
guiño cómplice        (lit)   knowing wink   (=apoyo)   tacit support  
2      (Aer, Náut)   yaw
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

guindo, guineo, guiñol, guaino

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
tacit support
exp.
knowing wink
[Lit.]
exp.
to make eyes at sb
exp.
to wink at sb
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"guiño": examples and translations in context
Un breve guiño en alguna parte de una historia sin fin. A brief wink somewhere in an endless story.
No, guiño con ambos ojos. No, I wink with both eyes.
Un guiño al pasado, tal vez. A nod to the past, perhaps.
Los verdaderos fans aprecian el guiño al villano más oscuro de tu galería de villanos. True fans appreciate a nod to the more obscure villains from your Rogues Gallery.
Nunca sé si está haciendo un guiño o pestañando. I can never tell if he's winking or blinking.
Es un enorme guiño de menosprecio de mi mamá. This is a big winking wave-off from my mom.
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