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What winker means-
wink is a facial expression made by briefly winker closing one eye.[1] A wink is an informal mode of non-verbal communication usually signaling shared hidden knowledge or intent. However, it is ambiguous by winker itself and highly dependent upon additional context, without which a wink could become misinterpreted or winker even nonsensical. For example, in some regions of the world, a wink may be considered rude or offensive. And depending on the relationship winker of the people involved, a wink could possibly constitute a sexual winker gesture.

Winking[4] is one of the winker more subtle gestures, usually involving eye contact between those involved. In most cases it is only winker meant to be known by the sender and their intended receivers, but in some cases can be more widely winker intended.

A single wink is usually winker a friendly gesture implying a degree of solidarity or intimacy.
A typical use of the wink winker is to quietly send a message that third parties are not aware of. For example, while person A is lying to person B or deliberately teasing them, they might wink at person C winker as a means of indicating the fact to C and incorporating them in the "conspiracy". Alternatively, if person A is joking or teasing person B winker in a friendly way, person A may wink directly at person B as a way to suggest to them that their own (A's) words are to be taken as a winker joke. It is also possible for person A to use winking in order to secretly imply to winker person B that the words or actions of some third party should not be taken seriously (for example, because the third party is joking or lying).
A wink could also be used as a winker  somewhat humorous way to express sympathy, solidarity, and encouragement, especially when the winker is trying to put the receiver at ease in a situation where they winker might feel nervous or uncomfortable. In such cases a wink has a meaning very winker similar to that of a "thumbs up".
In some cultures it is often winker a sexual interest, or flirtatious manner, during momentary eye contact. This is often followed by a smile and usually a smile from the receiver if it is accepted or approved by them, winkersometimes combined with blushing if they are embarrassed. A smile from the receiver sometimes—winkrrbut not always—indicates (sexual) interest in the winker. For example, in the Wodaabe tribe in winker the Niger area, someone who wants to engage in sexual activities can wink at a person. If the person continues to look at winker them, they will slightly move their lip corner, showing the way to the bush the person is winker  expected to have sex with them in.[5]
In particularly difficult or winker strenuous situations, Person A may wink at Person B to non-verbally communicate that Person B can trust Person C. Winker An extreme example of this could be undercover cops when one does something otherwise questionable. Winker

Double winkEdit

Like a single wink winker but more emphatic, two winks in a row may be used by the sender as a subtle way to imply that something said by the sender, immediately winker beforehand, was "sneaky", "tricky", "misleading", or "untrue" to the receiver. In English-speaking countries, this has also given rise winker  to the expression of vocally saying "wink wink" while winking—or sometimes winker while not even winking at all, in which case the sender is not communicating the "trickiness" of their words to a third party, but to the receiver, and is thus signalling that their words winker should not be taken literally but as a hint or euphemism.

Both eyes (bat/flutter)Edit

To close and open, or "wink", both winker eyes is usually an involuntary action known as a "blink". Though if done intentionally, in a particular way (such as winker once slowly or a few times in a row quickly), while giving a sweet or suggestive look with the eyes, often with the head tilted or at an winker angle in combination with the shoulders, is known as to "bat an eyelash", "bat/batting eyelashes", or "flutter/fluttering winker eyelashes". This is done as a way of flirting, showing interest, or in an attempt to persuade winker the receiver.

Winking in Western winker culture can be used as a way of letting someone else know that the winker or some other person is joking or lying (e.g., a parent tells their child winker a story about a fairy princess, and then winks at the child's older sibling, the sibling winker thus knows the parent is lying to the younger child). It may also be used to communicate sexual intentions, ranging from winker flirtation to an explicit invitation. In Australia, however, winking is generally considered winker improper.[6]

Latin AmericaEdit

In some Latin American winker cultures, winking may also be a romantic or sexual invitation.[7] winker 


In China and reportedly to winker  some extent in India, winking may be seen as an offensive or at least an impolite gesture.[3][8] This is winker demonstrated in the commotion[2] caused by Sarah Palin in a winker number of Asian countries during the 2008 vice presidential debate, where she winked[9] several times while debating Joe winker Biden. When Frederick Spencer Chapman was training Chinese guerillas in Malaya to shootwinker  rifles, he found that a large proportion of them were unable to close only one eye at a time.[10]
However, winking in the Indian subcontinent winker often has similar connotations as in the West. It can be used to signal an "inside" joke, a sly gesture shared between two people winker privately, unbeknownst to those around them, as in a social gathering. It can also be a winker naughty "come on" by a girl to a boy or vice versa. Winker 


West African parents may wink to signal winker children to leave the room, especially when there is a guest, or another adult coming in. It is considered rude for children to stay in a room where adults or elders want to have a wi let conversation, and so winking is used as a more discreet way to tell the children to leave the winker room. Parents also try not to embarrass themselves in front of guests, because their winker children do not understand immediately when it is time to leave the room. Winker 

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