catch someone's eye

catch someone's eye
(to attract someone's attention: The advertisement caught my eye; I couldn't catch the waiter's eye and so we were last to be served.) fange (ens) øje
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(to attract someone's attention: The advertisement caught my eye; I couldn't catch the waiter's eye and so we were last to be served.) fange (ens) øje

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