Which is correct eyes or eye

1a: a specialized light-sensitive sensory structure of animals that in nearly all vertebrates, most arthropods, and some mollusks is the image-forming organ of sightespecially: the nearly spherical usually paired hollow organ of sight in vertebrates that is filled with a jellylike material, is lined with a photosensitive retina, and is lodged in a bony orbit in the skull

b: all the visible structures within and surrounding the orbit and including eyelids, eyelashes, and eyebrows

c(1): the faculty of seeing with eyes

(2): the faculty of intellectual or aesthetic perception or appreciation an eye for beauty

(3): skill or ability dependent upon eyesight a batter with a good eye

d: look, glancecast an eager eye

e(1): an attentive look kept an eye on his valuables

(2): attention, noticecaught his eye

(3): close observation : scrutinyworks under the eye of her bossin the public eye

f: point of view, judgmentbeauty is in the eye of the beholder—often used in pluralan offender in the eyes of the law

2: something having an appearance suggestive of an eye: such as

a: the hole through the head of a needle

b: a usually circular marking (as on a peacock's tail)

c: loopespecially: a loop or catch to receive a hook

d: an undeveloped bud (as on a potato)

e: an area like a hole in the center of a tropical cyclone marked by only light winds or complete calm with no precipitation

f: the center of a flower especially when differently colored or markedspecifically: the disk of a composite

g(1): a triangular piece of beef cut from between the top and bottom of a round

(2): the chief muscle of a chop

(3): a compact mass of muscular tissue usually embedded in fat in a rib or loin cut of meat

h: a device (such as a photoelectric cell) that functions in a manner analogous to human vision

3: something central : centerthe eye of the problem— Norman Mailer

4: the direction from which the wind is blowing

an eye for an eyemy eyewith an eye to or less commonly with an eye toward

1: with awareness or contemplation of with an eye to the future

2: with the object of built the house with an eye to adding on later

—used to express mild disagreement or sometimes surprisea diamond, my eye! That's glass

eyed; eyeing or eying

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transitive verb

1a(1): to fix the eyes on : look at they eyed him suspiciously

(2): contemplate, considereyeing the choices

b: to watch or study closely eyeing changes in the stock market

2: to furnish with an eye