“Keep your eyes peeled for a sign. I’m not sure which road this is.” 「目印がないか見ててね。これがどの道かわかりません。」


You’ve probably peeled a banana or orange. In this phrase, the “peel” is your eyelids. “Keep your eyes peeled” means “don’t close your eyes”. We say this to tell someone to keep their eyes open and look out for something or someone.