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In this question, the idiom "to look deep into one's eyes" came up. While the rest of the translation was relatively straightforward, I don't know of any equivalent idiom in Greek or Latin.

If I wanted to say "when I look deep into your eyes", for example, how would I go about it?

  • perhaps something like cum oculos imos video – Anonym Jul 22 '17 at 19:44
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I hope there are better ideas than mine, but let me record it here anyway. As I mentioned in the linked question, I have used this Latin translation:

Quando oculos eius profundos specto/video/aspicio…

As Anonym comments under the question, imos is one option to replace profundos.

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