- blink [bliŋk]vi.[ME blenken, blenchen: see BLENCH2]1. to close the eyelids and open them quickly one or more times, as either a reflex or a conscious act2. to flash on and off; twinkle or glimmer3. to look with eyes half-shut and winking, as in dazzling light4.a) to look (at) as if not seeing; disregard; ignore; condone [to blink at a mistake]b) to look (at) with wonder or shock [he blinked at the weight of the players]5. Obs. to look with a glancevt.1. to wink (the eyes) rapidly2. to cause (eyes, light, etc.) to wink or blink3. to get rid of (tears, eye drops, etc.) by blinking: with away or from4. to close the eyes to (a fact or situation); evade or avoid5. to signal (a message) by flashing a light, etc.n.1. a blinking of the eyes2. a brief flash of light; twinkle or glimmer3. Chiefly Scot. a quick look; glimpse4. short for:a) ICEBLINKb) SNOWBLINKSYN.- WINK——————☆ on the blinkSlang not working right; out of order
English World dictionary. V. Neufeldt. 2014.