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blink

(blink),
To close and open the eyelids rapidly; an involuntary act by which the tears are spread over the conjunctiva, keeping it moist.
Synonym(s): wink

wink

(wingk)
To close and open the eyes rapidly; an involuntary act by which the tears are spread over the conjunctiva, keeping it moist.
[A.S. wincian]

wink

(wingk)
The brief, voluntary closure of one eye.

wink 

The rapid, voluntary closure and opening of one eye. See blink.
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However, drawing a positive picture of the feature, Google said that the feature begins with pictures, but its future use could include stuff like winking at the cab's meter to pay the fare or winking at a pair of shoes and getting the perfect size delievered at one's doorstep, hands-free and no-fuss, Mashable reports.
"I understand it, but I never wanted to f*** up a situation by winking at the camera at the wrong moment because it takes the drama out of the situation," the Sun quoted him as saying.