Pronunciation: (wingk),[key] —v.i. 1. to close and open one or both eyes quickly.
2. to close and open one eye quickly as a hint or signal or with some sly meaning (often fol. by at): She winked at him across the room. 3. (of the eyes) to close and open thus; blink.
4. to shine with little flashes of light; twinkle: The city lights winked in the distance.
—v.t. 1. to close and open (one or both eyes) quickly; execute or give (a wink).
2. to drive or force by winking (usually fol. by back or away): She attempted to wink back the tears. 3. to signal or convey by a wink.
4. wink at,to ignore deliberately, as to avoid the necessity of taking action: to wink at minor offenses.
—n. 1. an act of winking.
2. a winking movement, esp. of one eye in giving a hint or signal.
3. a hint or signal given by winking.
4. the time required for winking once; an instant or twinkling: I'll be there in a wink. 5. a little flash of light; twinkle.
6. the least bit: I didn't sleep a wink last night.
Pronunciation: (wingk),[key] —n.Games. a disk or similar small object used in tiddlywinks.