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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “brow”

brow

noun [C usually singular] (FACE)
 
 
/braʊ/ literary
the forehead (= part of the face above the eyes)
額頭
She wrinkled her brow as she thought.
她思考時皺起眉頭。
He paused at the top of the hill and mopped his brow (= rubbed the sweat away).
他在山頂停了會兒,擦去額頭上的汗。
The head and face
(Definition of brow noun (FACE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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