1(innocent, naive)he looked at her wide-eyed — la miró con cara de inocente
- a couple of wide-eyed peasants — un par de campesinos ingenuos
- I've been trying to come up with a term to describe that particular wide-eyed look of false innocence that co-workers flash at you when you approach their desks.
- A wide-eyed innocent, Matthew is initially the lamb to the slaughter as he falls under the spell of the beguiling Isabelle.
- Eddie is an innocent, naïve and wide-eyed security guard inadvertently caught up in Gary and Frank's plans.
- A wide-eyed innocent, he longs to captain his own vessel and wed his true love, Mercedes.
- Her wide-eyed innocence and a remarkable number of overcoats help her through her poorly written role.
2(surprised, shocked)he stared at her in wide-eyed amazement — se quedó mirándola boquiabierto / con ojos como platos
- The girl rejected for her admittedly rather lackluster braiding skills opened her mouth in wide-eyed surprise.
- Ericka looked back to me in wide-eyed surprise.
- Kutcher is wide-eyed, mouth hanging open, for the entire film.
- Hannah assumed her position in front of the choir, and looked over at Mr. Wyden with wide-eyed fear.
- Myst stared in wide-eyed wonder at the open blue sky and the wind cutting through the tall grasses.