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    Venki

    Should it read as 'batting and eyelid' or 'battling an eyelid'

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    Re: Venki

    Quote Originally Posted by venki67 View Post
    Should it read as 'batting and eyelid' or 'battling an eyelid'
    "Batting", "battling" means "fighting".

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    Re: Venki

    It should be "batting an eyelid". For instance, She dropped what she was doing without batting an eyelid to put herself at risk. In other words, she didn't stop to think, or hesitate.

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