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Wie sagt man "Out of the corner of my eye"?

In der Ecke meines Auges habe ich gesehen, wie mein Bruder aus dem Haus ging.

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Here you could have found it: dict.cc/?s=augenwinkel&=DEEN&= –  c.p. Jan 23 at 13:15
    
@c.p. Vorwärtssuche (en->de) ist hier geeigneter: dict.cc/?s=corner+of+the+eye –  Em1 Jan 23 at 13:31
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The correct term in German is aus dem Augenwinkel.

Aus dem Augenwinkel sah ich, wie mein Bruder aus dem Haus ging.

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