Get one's eye in

adapt oneself to a situation

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • get one's eye in — Brit. improve one s judgement or skill through experience. → eye …   English new terms dictionary

  • get one's eye in — verb a) To become accustomed to the playing conditions, and thus bring ones hand eye coordination to a reasonable level. b) To develop a perceptual skill, especially visual …   Wiktionary

  • get one's eye in — Australian Slang adapt oneself to a situation …   English dialects glossary

  • get a black eye — {v. phr.} 1. To receive a dark ring around the eye after being hit by someone s fist or an object. * /In the fistfight Tom got a black eye from Pete./ * /Sue got a black eye when she ran into a tree./ 2. To have one s character denigrated. * /Our …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get a black eye — {v. phr.} 1. To receive a dark ring around the eye after being hit by someone s fist or an object. * /In the fistfight Tom got a black eye from Pete./ * /Sue got a black eye when she ran into a tree./ 2. To have one s character denigrated. * /Our …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • get\ a\ black\ eye — v. phr. 1. To receive a dark ring around the eye after being hit by someone s fist or an object. In the fistfight Tom got a black eye from Pete. Sue got a black eye when she ran into a tree. 2. To have one s character denigrated. Our firm… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • get one's end away or in —  Copulate, get one s eye in Familiarise oneself …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • get one's leg across — vb British (of a male) to have sex, to succeed in seduction ► You [Colin Moynihan, then minister for sport] can be honest with us. Did you get your leg over or not? (Private Eye magazine, April 1989) …   Contemporary slang

  • get one's leg over/across — vb British (of a male) to have sex, to succeed in seduction ► You [Colin Moynihan, then minister for sport] can be honest with us. Did you get your leg over or not? (Private Eye magazine, April 1989) …   Contemporary slang

  • wipe one's eye — phrasal 1. : to get in ahead of one; especially : to shoot game another has aimed at 2. : to take the conceit out of one …   Useful english dictionary

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