Good day everyone!
I wanted to find verbs related to the eyes but, I couldn't find some of the specific English verbs in German. To see is sehen, look is aussehen and to watch is ansehen. However, I couldn't find glare, gaze and glance in the dictionary. Are there any German word exist for those English words? If there are any words that related to the eyes that you know (especially when it has no specific English translation), feel free to post it in the answer too, thank you.
- DWDS is too difficult for beginners like me to use.
- In dict.leo.org, the translation of glare is not what I was expecting, all of the translation relates to the sun or other sparkly objects. What I want is a German verb of "to look angrily at something/someone".
- As @mic said, there's not necessarily one German verb for one English verb - and vice versa. Which is why I asked for specific verbs that relates to the eyes, because some words may not exist in German and there may be German words that does not exist in English. I simply want to know words that exist in both languages and those that not exist in another. As in Bahasa Indonesia, it has a specific word for "to shake hand with someone", which is berjabat but, in English we need two words; shake hands, which means there is no specific word for berjabat.