Meaning of have eyes for in English:

have eyes for


  • Be interested in or attracted to.

    ‘they only have eyes for each other’
    • ‘Sure, you'll probably run into that person you have eyes for outside their house, but you have no reason to be there, you sociopath.’
    • ‘Antony, with his dirty blonde hair, green eyes and his fiery temper could have had any girl he wanted, but he had eyes for only one, his on-off girlfriend Daisy.’
    • ‘I admit he's attractive, BUT I only have eyes for Zack.’
    • ‘The woman replies, ‘That will be okay because I will be the most beautiful woman and he will only have eyes for me.’’
    • ‘But when I am out and about with my partner, I only have eyes for him.’
    • ‘Is it fair for the logo to get bashed just because some people don't understand and only have eyes for the price?’
    • ‘In fact, I think she takes it really hard that I don't only have eyes for her.’
    • ‘Their brother, Bruno, is the complete opposite, so they complain I only have eyes for him.’
    • ‘Lula definitely has eyes for reform of the UN Security Council.’
    • ‘But the world, it seems, has eyes for only one Australian swim star.’
    be attracted to, find attractive, be captivated by, be infatuated with, be taken with, desire