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    Cool read in my eyes

    Hello!

    Does the phrase "read in someone's eyes" exists in English.

    E.g.: I could read in his eyes.... he was really angry.


    THank you
    WIll

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    Re: read in my eyes

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello!

    Does the phrase "read in someone's eyes" exists in English.

    E.g.: I could read in his eyes.... he was really angry.


    THank you
    WIll
    I've never seen "read in somebody's eyes" but it's understandable. "I could see in his eyes..." is commonly used.

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